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Luxury motor yacht CID was built by Feadship and launched in 2017. Designed by De Voogt Naval Architecture, this 35-metre yacht boasts crisp white hull and Mocca brown details.
Interior planning and styling were carried out by Bannenberg & Rowel in collaboration with Marty Lowe. Wooden floors, soft furnishings, art works, and elements of opulent oak, walnut and wenge are present in the decor.
Designed to accommodate the owner and his guests, the yacht was built with practical use in mind. CID offers lavish accommodation for ten guests in 5 cabins. Motor yacht CID has a professionals crew of 6, who takes care of all daily operation on board.
|Beam:||7.9m (25' 11")|
|L.O.A.:||34.65m (113' 8")|
|Max Speed:||20 knots|
|Engines:||2 x 12V2000M93|
|Cruise Speed:||12 knots|
CID provides plenty of spaces for socialising: there is an alfresco dining area for 16 guests, sun loungers and the hydraulic swim platform, also perfect for water activities.
Powered by a pair of MTU 16V2000 M93 engines, CID can reach a top speed of 10 knots. Her total fuel capacity is 25,400 litres, which allows a maximum range of 3,300 nm.
Feadship Motor yacht CID sleeps 10 guests in 5 cabins.
Amenities and Extras
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"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 of Bannenberg & Rowell Design