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Luxury motor yacht FAITH (Project VERTIGO) is a breath-taking 96m (315') vessel built by the world renowned Dutch shipyard, Feadship. She was launched 2016 and boasts exceptional naval architecture by De Voogt Naval Architects, while her striking and well-balanced exterior lines are the work of Redman Whiteley Dixon, who has also collaborated on her impressive interior design with Chahan Interior Design. The careful Owner has kept FAITH in tip-top condition with some refit work done in the winter of 2017/18, creating a comfortable and highly desirable life on board for 12 guests over 7 en-suite cabins. The crew of 26 will be on-hand to take care of all details.
NOTABLE FEATURES OF FAITH: ~Glass-bottomed swimming pool with waterfall ~Beach club with hammam and wet bar ~Fireplace in main salon ~Grand piano and bar in skylounge ~Bridge deck spa centre with massage room, hammam and walk-in snow room ~Owner's deck fire pit ~Sundeck charcoal barbeque, wood pizza oven and wet bar ~Sundeck Jacuzzi ~Extensive collection of water toys ~Foredeck helipad ~Exhaustive cruising range of 5,000 nautical miles ~Lift/elevator ~Wheelchair access ~Air conditioning ~Wi-Fi
Made of steel and aluminium, the twin screw Feadship mega yacht FAITH boasts both sophisticated exteriors as well as stylish interiors designed to her owner's desires.
FAITH has been fitted with a special helicopter hangar and one of her main features is the impressive 8.80 x 3.70 metre on main deck swimming pool, as well as deluxe accommodation for her guests and crew members.
2017/2018 winder refit included the addition of a second wellness area on the bridge deck as well as new walnut-varnished window boxes on the main and bridge decks.
From the lower deck beach club guests can access the main deck aft via an internal staircase. The main deck aft places sofas and armchairs in the shade of the upper deck overhang, while the sun-covered aft section has a glass-bottomed swimming pool.
Side walkways head past the main salon to stairs up to the foredeck, which is used as a touch-n'-go helipad. The aft section has an extendable alfresco dining table to seat up to 16 guests, with a wet bar to port for refreshments throughout the meal. The aft has a seating area close to the balustrades, and there is a skylight to let the sunshine through to the deck below.
The Owner's deck provides an intimate seating area forward while the aft section has a circular alfresco dining table for six, a drop-down widescreen TV and two curving sofas around a fire pit where the group can take in the views across the stern.
The sundeck is divided into two sections: The forward section has a large Jacuzzi with broad sunbeds on both sides, and the aft corners have two armchairs and a drinks table. The aft section is fitted with a charcoal barbeque, wood pizza oven and wet bar to port and a large sofa-sunbed to starboard. An extendable alfresco dining table is in the centre, and a plush row of sunbeds along the stern.
The tank deck hosts the laundry and crew gym as well as additional storage, while the lower deck has storage rooms, the crew mess and the crew lounge. Aft of the engine room is the tender garage with two side hatches, and the beach club behind has its own fold-down terraces, a hammam, a changing room, a TV, lounge seating and a wet bar.
The majority of the guest accommodation is on the main deck forward, with the hangar placed in the bow. A galley and cinema are to port and starboard respectively behind the guest accommodation, followed by the main foyer and then the formal dining area combined with the main salon. The former seats up to 16 guests at a grand rectangular table with a fireplace for ambiance separating this area from the L-shaped sofa, armchairs, coffee table and wet bar that forms the lounge.
On the bridge deck there is a spa wellness centre and massage room to port behind the helm station and Captain's cabin, and a hammam is placed to starboard. This is followed by a walk-in snow room with excellent views of the location. The foyer and crew spaces are aft of amidships, and this is followed by the 'Blue Saloon' skylounge which has a baby grand piano, a wet bar, armchairs and side tables placed throughout and a C-shaped seating area around a coffee table to watch films on the widescreen TV in comfort.
|Beam:||14.50m (47' 7")|
|L.O.A.:||96.60m (316' 11")|
|Max Speed:||17 knots|
|Engines:||2 x MTU 16V4000 M63L|
|Cruise Speed:||15 knots|
The Owner's deck places the bedroom forward with the foyer and crew spaces amidships. A private lounge is placed aft, where a plush L-shaped sofa, coffee table and armchair create a comfortable place to unwind while watching a film on the wall-mounted widescreen TV.
The sundeck interior can be accessed by the lift/elevator and has a state-of-the-art gym where guests can enjoy 360 degree views or use the two drop-down TVs that operate independently.
A pair of MTU 16V4000 M63L engines give a maximum speed of 17 knots, a cruising speed of 15 knots and a range of 5,000 nautical miles.
Twelve guests are accommodated in utmost luxury aboard FAITH, with accommodation spreading over 7 stunning suites: 1 Master suite, 4 double cabins and 2 VIP staterooms. ~ The Master suite is on the Owner's deck forward and has a king-sized bed with a sofa and pop-up TV forward, a desk/vanity to port with two armchairs and a side table in the forward corner, and to starboard a day lounger and another armchair and side table. Behind the bedroom, there are two bathrooms divided by a central corridor. The port-side bathroom has a sink, toilet and bathtub with a walk-in wardrobe aft. The starboard side bathroom has the same layout with a shower instead of a bathtub. The foyer and crew spaces are amidships with the Owner's lounge aft offering a desk and armchair to port, an L-shaped sofa, coffee table and footstools in the centre with a widescreen TV on the forward wall, and a daybed beneath the starboard windows. ~ The VIP staterooms are to port and starboard on the main deck forward, and both come with a double bed with a widescreen TV on the forward wall, a desk and sofa, and an en-suite bathroom with two sinks, a toilet, bathtub and shower that is accessed via a walk-in wardrobe. ~ The double cabins are located forward on the main deck, and each has a double bed with a widescreen TV, desk and sofa, a walk-in wardrobe and an en-suite bathroom with two sinks, a toilet and a shower. ~ There are 26 crew members in thirteen crew cabins; four officer’s cabins, one doctor’s cabin, one pilot cabin, one captain’s cabin. Galley on the main deck, storage rooms, crew mess, and crew lounge on the lower deck, laundry, storage and crew gym on tank deck.
Amenities and Extras
2x 10 metre tenders, wave runners, etc. Helicopter: hangar to store Bell 429 WLG with compliant platform
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"One of the most important elements for us at RWD is the personal relationships that we forge with our clients. It is also critical to us to ensure that designing and creating with that RWD partnership is a very, very enjoyable journey. So when visiting our unique studio, this might mean helicoptering in to stay in one of England's very best Country house spa hotels, the nearby Lime Wood, and perhaps enjoying riding in the New Forest, fly-fishing on one of the best chalk streams in the South, all things frankly which have nothing to do with yacht design, but add to the memories of the creation of that yacht. The more pleasurable we can make the whole design experience, the more valuable the journey is." - British superyacht designers Redman Whiteley Dixon.