Dutch shipyard Feadship has released new photos of 248ft (76m) Project 825 being towed to their outfitting facility in Kaag. On display were her classic yacht exterior lines penned by Studio De Voogt with an interior yacht design completed by Gilles & Boissier, a Parisian-based design company responsible for the Baccarat Hotel in New York.
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Yacht Design Details of Project 825
Proudly showcasing her four decks as Project 825 wove her way through the many Dutch waterways, the large yacht features a large transom beach club with the ability to open up on both sides, with a unique glass bottomed pool above.
The owner’s cabin sits forward facing on their own private deck, complete with large ensuite, private study and private terrace with jacuzzi on the owner’s deck. Also, within reach for the owner are sliding glass doors that open to their own private lounge, and a touch-and-go helipad situated forward.
The large pool on the main deck is built to be the social hub of the yacht with a large bar to serve up refreshments to guests. Inside, sliding glass doors encompass three sides of the yacht to allow an abundance of natural light to pour inside. On the main deck you’ll find the full-beam VIP suite with another private balcony for guests. The remaining four staterooms are located on the lower deck, providing accommodation for a total of 12 guests. Crew accommodation is available for 17 crew members in comfortable quarters.
Other noteworthy details include a spa center on the bridge deck with aft-facing gym which can be opened on three sides. This overlooks a terrace with a bar, complete with sunbathing pads, lounge and jacuzzi. The elevator serves three decks from the main up to the bridge deck.
A 32ft tender can be stowed along with water toys and rescue tender behind shell doors on the main deck forward. Project 825 is powered by two 2,000hp MTU diesel engines and can reach a cruising speed of 12 knots, with a range of 5,000 nautical miles.