Showing off sleek lines and sharp angles, Feadship's latest superyacht MOONRISE has been captured on her maiden voyage en route towards the Mediterranean, with Gibraltar as her first port of call.
It comes after the motor yacht made waves when she first hit the water on February 7 as Project 1008.
The yacht's exterior styling was penned by de Voogt, and it's made quite the buzz in the yachting industry. Her interiors are yet to be seen, but it's known they come from the drawing boards of Remi Tessier and they are expected to be contemporary and minimal.
The 4400 GT yacht is the Dutch yard's second-largest megayacht in terms of gross tonnage.
Her high-volume decks play host to a spacious beach club, a sundeck dip pool, and huge windows that allow in plenty of light and air. She also features a foredeck helipad.
The yacht's exterior styling was penned by de Voogt, and it's made quite the buzz in the yachting industry.
Megayacht MOONRISE marks the second Feadship delivery of 2020 so far, following in the footsteps of 75m (246') charter yacht ARROW. This elegant superyacht is currently turning heads around the coastlines of Capri.
The yard has been busy recently, with 73m (239') motor yacht PODIUM currently on sea trials and also expected to be delivered presently.
Photography: Ben Rotsap