Feadship has recently launched their first superyacht of the year, a 66-meter vessel dubbed Vanish. Feadship De Voogt Naval Architects teamed up with London-based Eidsgaard Design once again to create this masterful project which also involved her owners.

Key features on Vanish include two helipads, one on the multipurpose sundeck and another on the bow area. The sundeck is bestowed with sunbeds, a jacuzzi and a bar to complete a full relaxation package, not to mention the panoramic sea views. The owners have a full master suite with his and her bathrooms, a private lounge and a private balcony that can only be accessed from the lounge. Additionally, the private lounge has special sliding doors that can be closed to separate it from the suite.

There are four guest cabins including a VIP guest suite which can be converted into two guest suites. A crew of 17 members can be accommodated onboard to provide all the necessary services. The crew cabins comprises of six twins, one captain’s cabin, one twin officer cabin and one twin engineer’s cabin.

Entertainment features onboard vanish include a beach club on the lower deck and spa with sauna. The sundeck jacuzzi can accommodate six people, in addition, there is an outdoor cinema. The full-beam sea terrace area has easy access to the beach club while the gym area enjoys exclusive views to the sea. The massage room on the other hand can be converted to a hairdressing room. The garage stores two water tenders and two wave runners to cater for water activities.

The full-beam sea tarrace area
The full-beam sea tarrace area

Another unique feature on Vanish is the full-height atrium with a glass wall and free-standing staircase. The main deck benefits from huge space while joined with the dining room, the two areas can be separated using hidden sliding doors.

Vanish is powered by two MTU 16V4000 M63L rated at 2240 kW each, they are coupled with three MTU, 8V2000 M51A generators. Altogether, Vanish has a maximum speed of 17.5 knots and a range of 5,200 nautical miles while cruising at 12 knots.

(Additional Photos via Feadship Fanclub)

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