Feadship launches YN801 ‘Lady Christine IV’...

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Feadship launches YN801 ‘Lady Christine IV’...

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She’s in-water outside the Royal Van Lent yard on Kaag Island.

JUNE 2010

With an LOA of 68m (223ft) and a 12.3m (40ft 3in) beam, she’s a big-volume steel/aluminium motoryacht designed and engineered like all Feadships by De Voogt, which also handled the exterior styling brief.
The interior scheme is by Rodney Black; she’s his first yacht project. The veneers are mostly cherrywood with complicated bird’s eye maple inlays.
There’s an infinity pool with transom waterfall on her main deck.
Propulsion comes from twin 1,770hp MTU 12V4000 M60s.
And of course she can carry her owner’s helicopter.
The client is Scottish billionaire Lord Laidlaw. His previous boat, the 55.6m (182ft) Lady Christine III was built by Oceanco and launched in ’01. The new one is very similar in terms of styling – meaning much the same tiered superstructure and green-tint glazing.

Basic Spec – Feadship Lady Christine IV...
LOA: 68.00m (223ft 1in)
Max Beam: 12.50m (41ft)
Draught (Full Load): 3.60m (11ft 10in)
Engines: 2 x 1,320kW (1,770hp) MTU 12V4000 M60
Generators: 3 x MTU 8V2000 M50
Stabilization: Quantum Zero-Speed
Fuel: 179,500L (47,400 US gals)
Water: 45,300L (11,900 US gals)
Guests: 10
Crew: 19
Naval Architecture/Exterior: De Voogt
Interior Design: Rodney Black
Construction: Steel/Aluminium
Builder: Royal Van Lent/Feadship
Launched: 2010

For more, www.feadship.nl

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