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Why Choose Feadship

Why Choose Feadship

Two Royal Shipyards

The Royal Van Lent yard dates back to 1949 and its yachts (that were the first to be built of steel, then aluminium) were famous as the winners of speed contests in the 1920s. The Royal De Vries Shipyard was founded by Chris De Vries in 1906 and the two joined to become Feadship - the First Export Association of Dutch Shipbuilders – in 1949.

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The World’s Biggest Luxury Goods Group

Feadship remains a family-owned business and it operates two shipyards in the Netherlands, in addition to a couple of engineering firms and a furniture-making facility. The company has capacity to construct up to three custom-built yachts a year between 39m  -100m in length. It was awarded the “Royal” designation on its first centenary in 2006 and in 2008 it was acquired by LVMH, the world’s biggest luxury goods group.

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Exploring the Legacy of Feadship Yachts

Yacht builder Feadship is one of the world’s most well-known shipyards, and has an outstanding reputation for producing custom yachts of the very highest quality. Based in the Netherlands, Feadship has built of many of the world’s most famous yachts, including Venus, Madame Gu, Como, Lady Britt and Go. The Feadship shipyard was originally founded in 1949 as the First Export Association of Dutch Shipbuilders, and today is made up of two Royal Shipyards; Feadship Van Lent and Feadship de Vries.

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Royal Recognition on Their Centenary

Because the Feadship quality and expertise has the royal seal of approval. If you’re looking for Dutch quality, then a Feadship yacht is about as Dutch as it gets. On their centenary, both Feadship yards were awarded the right to be called ‘Koninklijke,’ meaning Royal in Dutch. This rare honour in the Netherlands is only given to companies that can meet very strict criteria, and it marks them as companies of national importance.

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