Cruising mega-yacht Moonrise
wheelhousenot specifiedvertical bow

cruising mega-yacht
cruising mega-yacht
cruising mega-yacht
cruising mega-yacht
cruising mega-yacht
cruising mega-yacht
cruising mega-yacht
cruising mega-yacht
cruising mega-yacht
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vertical bow

99.95 m (327'11")


About Moonrise A new star has been born into the Feadship firmament with the launch of the 99.95-metre Moonrise, the largest superyacht by waterline length built in the Netherlands to date. Unveiled by the Feadship yard in Makkum, she successfully marries sleek sensual lines with a modern masculine profile. A wide range of elegant details, long hull windows, a glorious grey hull and striking vertical bow add to the elegance of the design by Studio De Voogt. In addition to her imposing length, Moonrise has a very impressive volume thanks to a 15.50-metre beam. This has generated some fabulous interior space for sixteen people in eight staterooms. There are also exceptionally high-end crew accommodations for up to 32 crew, which are bathed in natural light and designed to ensure a premium standard for those living and working on the yacht. Guests and staff alike will benefit from the huge effort expended on keeping Moonrise exceptionally quiet, eclipsing even Feadship’s legendary standards of noise and vibration attenuation. Moonrise’s launch specifications HULL 1008 YEAR 2020 CURRENT NAME Moonrise LAUNCH NAME Moonrise LENGTH 99.95m / 327’11” SPEED 19.5 knots BEAM 15.50m / 50’10” DRAFT 4.20m / 13’9” Design ARCHITECT Feadship De Voogt Naval Architects EXTERIOR DESIGN Studio De Voogt / Rémi Tessier Design INTERIOR DESIGN Rémi Tessier Design


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