New Feadship Letani completed in record time

by Yachts Croatia

Feadship Letani – the 35-metre yacht

Feadship has launched motoryacht Letani for a client resident in the Far East. Designed to allow access to shallow waters and smaller marinas in Europe, Scandinavia, the Indian Ocean and Asia, this new Feadship has set a new record of just over two years for the time between the first meeting with the client and the launch.

The launch of Letani was a true family affair as one of the youngest Feadship owners to date celebrated the culmination of a long-held ambition. Feadship director Bas Nederpelt thanked the owners for their contribution to the record-breaking achievement of completing a Feadship in just a couple of days over two years. ‘Your guidance and input has played a large part in this, along with the many creative minds involved and the excellent overall management by Peter de Vries from the yard and owner’s representative James Hutchinson. Everyone at Feadship has thoroughly enjoyed having such an open relationship with the clients, and the result is a masterpiece of design and construction which offers an unrivalled degree of sophistication for a 35-metre superyacht.’

Letani’s breathtaking straight bow, is one of the features which give this Feadship an impressive top speed of over 20 knots. Her performance is further facilitated by an aluminium hull, while the cutting-edge shape of the bow also provides an additional degree of comfort, as does the installation of zero speed stabilisers. Letani has a contemporary exterior profile with elegant lines and large – often full-length – windows which ensure that the vistas on the outdoor world will be tremendous wherever she may travel. Layout and functions are designed around the owners and their family also as Letani’s open decks which provide maximum entertainment and flexibility for the family and their guests.

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