Dutch yacht builder Feadship has recently launched its latest superyacht, the 96.55m Vertigo, at its Makkum yard.
The yacht features exterior design by Redman Whiteley & Dixon, which, in cooperation with Chahan Interior Design, was also responsible for the interiors, and naval architecture by De Voogt Naval Architects.
Among her features are a helipad and below-deck hangar for a Bell 429WLG helicopter on the foredeck; a 42,000lt, 8.80m x 3.70m swimming pool aft on the main deck, equipped with a waterfall and made of 68mm-thick glass, that forms the ceiling of the beach club; a cinema and a hairdressing saloon; a club lounge with floor-to-ceiling windows, bar and grand piano on the bridge deck; a gym and a pizza oven on the sun deck; and a spa area with massage room and steam room on the lower deck.
Vertigo can accommodate up to 14 guests in 7 cabins, consisting of a full-beam forward-facing master suite with his-and-hers bathrooms and dressing rooms, located on the owner’s deck, and two VIP staterooms and four guest cabins on the main deck.
The 2,999GT superyacht also offers accommodation for 26 crew and 11 staff members in 20 cabins; two of these rooms, situated on the bridge deck, can be converted into additional guest staterooms.
On board, there is also space to house two 10m custom limo tenders, which are the first to be Feadship-certified in a partnership with Tenderworks.
As for engines, this steel and aluminium yacht is powered by two MTU 16V 4000 M63L 2,240kW that allow her to have a maximum speed of 17 knots, a cruising speed of 15 knots, and, thanks to a fuel capacity of 220,000lt, a range of 5,000nm at 12 knots.