While some yacht builders are a combination of semi-custom and custom, Feadship is a builder that is completely custom—focused solely on ensuring that each yacht that they produce is the best one they have ever built. This stated relentless pursuit of perfection means that the Feadship leaders are continually looking for new partnerships that will allow them to improve their engineering, design and technology potential both incrementally and by great leaps. Each yacht begins life as a completely blank slate, to be born from the imagination of the designer and the client.

Dutch Shipbuilders

Feadship’s history began in 1849, when a consortium of architects came together to create the First Export Association of Dutch Shipbuilders (Feadship). Today, each new Feadship is steeped in innovation, as the organization continually strives to achieve their new perception of perfection. From the space-age materials and technologies to the hyper-modern design tools that are used in order to create these massive marvels, the overall experience of a Feadship is different from anything else on earth.

Innovative Glass Use

One of the things that Feadship is known for is their innovative use of glass in design and manufacturing. Several recent yachts have launched with advances that many thought were impossible—including using glass to support structural loads throughout the boat. The use of glass helps define the futuristic appeal of modern yachts, whose sometimes spare interiors are far different from the opulent floating mansions of the past. Glass can have a massive impact on engineering, as walls made of glass are unable to contain ductwork and other structural pieces.

From their annual concept yacht where the Feadship team dreams about the future to each superyacht that is launched, Feadship brings innovation and excitement to the art of building a yacht.

One of the things that Feadship is known for is their innovative use of glass in design and manufacturing. Several recent yachts have launched with advances that many thought were impossible—including using glass to support structural loads throughout the boat. The use of glass helps define the futuristic appeal of modern yachts, whose sometimes spare interiors are far different from the opulent floating mansions of the past. Glass can have a massive impact on engineering, as walls made of glass are unable to contain ductwork and other structural pieces.

From their annual concept yacht where the Feadship team dreams about the future to each superyacht that is launched, Feadship brings innovation and excitement to the art of building a yacht.

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