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Launched in 2018 luxury motor yacht PROMISE (Hull YN701, Project Promise) is a 51m ice-class yacht built by Feadship shipyard in the Netherlands. Her naval architecture was created by De Voogt Naval Architects, while Bannenberg & Rowell designed the interiors. She can accommodate up to 12 guests in 6 cabins.
|Max Speed:||14.5 knots|
|Engines:||2 x Caterpillar C-32|
|Cruise Speed:||10 knots|
|More Yacht Info:||yachts with at anchor stabilisers, yachts with helicopter decks, Yachts With On Deck Master Cabin|
|Builder/Designer:||Feadship, De Voogt Naval Architects, Bannenberg & Rowell|
NOTABLE FEATURES OF PROMISE: ~First ice-class hull from Feadship ~Classically styled expedition yacht ~Extensive range of 4,500 nautical miles ~6 lavish en-suite cabins to sleep 12 guests ~Air conditioning ~Wi-Fi
Using Caterpillar C-32 diesel engines she has a top speed of 14.5 knots, a cruising speed of 10 knots and a range of 4,500 nautical miles.
Superyacht PROMISE accommodates up to 12 guests over 6 en-suite cabins.
Amenities and Extras
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'...total originality in yacht design has become more difficult to attain following Jon Bannenberg’s masterful levels of creative daring.' - “I don’t want to lead everything back to my dad — but it’s well known and accepted that, whether it’s his big round windows, or certain lines, or a way of treating wings on a superstructure, they all inspired many people and I think that’s fair game. I think all people’s design processes, whether subliminal or not, are recalling something — whether it’s something that’s stirred, or triggered something, or sparked an idea, or an unintentional homage to someone.” - Dickie Bannenberg talks of yacht design and his father Jon Bannenberg's groundbreaking work.