Vertigo is the latest vessel to come out of the famed Dutch shipyard Feadship. Launched on November 23, the superyacht is the largest yet from the Feadship yard this year, measuring an impressive 96.55-metre in overall length. Like most of the recently launched Feadship yachts, Vertigo incorporates unrivaled creativity easily seen through her exterior curves and wondrous interior.
Redman Whiteley & Dixon was in charge of the exterior design, bringing in a new style that is highlighted by several trendy touches. First up is the large foredeck that serves as a helipad but here is the impressive part – below it is a dedicated hangar capable of storing a Bell 429 helicopter.
Move over to the main deck aft and a large 9m x 4m swimming pool awaits. This pool has an extraordinary feature in form of a drop down cap rail that extends to create an infinity pool. Water continues to flow over the front side of the pool, acting like a curtain between the outer side and the inner side where the main saloon is located.
Chahan Interior Design teamed up with Dixon to oversee the interior design work of the yacht. Space was well utilized as Vertigo is capable of accommodating 18 guests and 34 crew members altogether. In total, there are six staterooms.
The owner is an experienced yacht buyer with a keen eye for sophisticated details – Vertigo only marks the beginning of more vessels that will follow in future.
Powering Vertigo is a set of two MTU engines capable of reaching a top speed of 17 knots. The range stands at 5,000 nautical miles while cruising at 12 knots.