This week the Dutch shipyard Feadship announced the details of their latest superyacht design, the 72.6-metre Project E2024, created in partnership with Nauta Design, ready to be built at Feadship’s shipyard on Kaag Island. Though construction of this impressive new yacht is yet to begin, the essential engineering and naval architecture has already been determined, allowing for potential delivery in 2024.
With naval architecture from Nauta and Feadship’s in-house design team De Voogt, this new Feadship features hydraulic fold-out side wings at her transom, expanding the area, which is easily accessible from her main deck, by 80%. E2024 offers a 3.3-metre swimming pool at the stern, which is accessed from the beach club above by a twin staircase.
Her full-beam master suite is situated on the main deck, and will be entirely adaptable to the owners personal wishes. With potential for a walk-in-wardrobe, his-and-hers bathrooms and a private balcony.
There is also a private lounge situated on the main deck and accessed from the owners suite. There is a skylounge amidships, with lounge and dining possibilities, as well as a secondary Jacuzzi pool situated at the bow.
Project E2024 will be able to accommodate up-to 12 guests between six guest cabins, including the masters suite, as well as a VIP stateroom, two doubles and two twins. There is also accommodation for eighteen crew members, divided between nine cabins, situated on the lower deck.
The Nauta and Feadship vessel will be powered by Tier-3 compliant twin 1500 kW main engines, while further propulsion details will be determined by her owner.