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Feadship won four awards at the BOAT International World Superyacht Awards 2022

Feadship scooped four prestigious awards at the 2022 BOAT International World Superyacht Awards (WSA) on Saturday May 21. This year, the ceremony took place in London. The gala ceremony to announce the winners of the 2022 Neptune Trophies was held before a live audience at the historic Guildhall and sold out. As always, the winners were chosen solely by a panel of superyacht owners, making the awards even more appreciated by their industry peers. Viva Viva won the Motor Yacht of the Year award. “Such overall excellence,” the judges felt, “was largely due to the detailed consideration given to every aspect of the vessel. The owner’s knowledge and full involvement in the specification also paid off. As a result, this yacht has it all, from an attractive exterior design with superb deck spaces to an enviable beach club and a modern interior by Peter Marino that connects with the outdoors through huge windows, plus a master plan. “general layout fully adapted to the needs of the owner, guests and crew. Viva also lacks nothing technically and operationally”. The judges were also impressed by “its durable power and propulsion system, her optimum technical areas, her practical tender garage, her excellent living and working facilities for her crew and her exceptional quality”. Viva is also the winner of the Displacement Mot oryachts between 2,000 GT and above. SomniumThe next prize for Feadship was in the Displacement Motoryachts category between 500GT and 999GT in which the 55.20 meter Somnium was revealed as the winner. The judges noted that “Somnium is a fully custom yacht built for a discerning owner who made bi-weekly visits to the shipyard throughout the design and build process.” VanishAnother coveted prize came in the Displacement Motoryachts category between 1,500 GT and 1,999 GT. Vanish scored “particularly high marks for its appearance and interior design,” which came from the drawing boards of Harrison Eidsgaard Design. The judges were also impressed with “the extremely high build quality seen throughout the yacht”. Overall, the jury felt that Vanish “is not a revolutionary yacht, but a yacht that fully meets the requirements of its owner, offers pleasant interior and exterior spaces and is guaranteed to turn heads wherever it goes. “. Jan-Bart Verkuyl, Director/CEO of Feadship The Royal Van Lent shipyard, who attended the ceremony, said that “receiving four awards, including Motoryacht of the Year, is another great recognition for the passion for our Feadship artisans and the teamwork of all parties involved. We would like to thank the owners of Viva, Somnium and Vanish, who made this possible. Feadship was formed as a band in 1949 as part of a marketing partnership between six Dutch shipyards, de Vries Lentch, Van de Stadt, Witsen & Vis, Akerboom, De Vries Scheepsbouw and Van Lent Shipyard, and De Voogt Naval Architects Feadship is well known as one of the most successful yacht builders elitists from the Netherlands and delivers superyachts from 50 to 100 meters in length.Credits: Feadship

May 25, 2022

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