Feadship’s 52m/171ft motor yacht BROADWATER is currently undergoing a full-scale refit at Royal Huisman’s facility in the Netherlands, following which she is expected to become available for private yacht charters.
BROADWATER will be seeing some changes over the coming months, as she enters Royal Huisman’s Huisfit facility in the Netherlands for a refit project that is expected to take around 10 months.
When she emerges in spring 2020, she will be sporting a brand new look and is expected to become available for charter for the very first time.
The major changes include a lengthening of around 4m, which includes a completely restyled stern. She will also have a new sundeck put in place, including a composite mast and sun awning.
The motor yacht will also be relaunched with plenty of interior upgrades and enhancements, most notably to the guest areas and owner’s cabin. New teak will be laid on the upper and main decks, and all-new furniture will be introduced to liven up the space.
New teak will be laid on the upper and main decks, and all-new furniture will be introduced to liven up the space.
When she hits the water in spring 2020, she is sure to turn plenty of heads with a completely new hull colour. The brief from the experienced Owner is to convert his yacht into a “modern and livable home away from home” with charter capability.
BROADWATER was originally launched under a different name by Feadship in 1994. She has a timeless exterior, with plenty of alfresco deck areas for dining and unwinding that are sure to be perfectly suited to charter guests.
If you’d like to learn more about chartering M/Y BROADWATER next spring, please reach out to your preferred yacht charter broker.
Alternatively, you can view and compare all Feadship superyachts for charter.