Bespoke shipbuilder Feadship launched superyacht Letani in early 2017 for a client in the Far East. The striking 35m motor yacht Letani was completed in record time – just over two years between the initial meeting with the client and the launch.
The new superyacht features shallow draft, which allows cruising in the remote waters, which larger superyachts cannot access. The impressive vertical bow, as well as an aluminium hull and zero-speed stabilisers, provide extra comfort when both on the run and at anchor. Letani’s elegant exterior profile with sleek line and minimalistic approach will sure to turn heads at exclusive ports and marinas. Thanks to the large windows, there are spectacular vistas, which guests can enjoy aboard Letani.
Interior layout and styling were developed by Sinot Exclusive Yacht Design and Studio Liaigre. The result is the comfortable and liveable apartment-like interior with minimalistic styling. Some beautiful materials were used in the interior decor: smoked eucalyptus and washed oak flooring and veneered wall panels.
On board this family-friendly superyacht there was a lot of emphases placed on family gatherings and socialising. Accommodation is offered for eight guests in 4 spacious cabins. There is an owner’s stateroom with bathroom and double vanities, as well as showers. Further guests cabins include a full-beam VIP cabin and two convertible guests suites.
The owner of Letani commented on the superyacht project during the christening ceremony: “Every time I see a Feadship come by I had two feelings: one, ‘that’s a very special yacht’ and two, ‘I want to get off my boat and step on the Feadship’. It is very exciting that I now get to board my very own Feadship for the first time. The only bad news about this launch is that we’ll miss our visits to the shipyard… We’ve felt part of the family from the keel laying ceremony onwards and building a Feadship has been a wonderful experience.”