Out of all the Feadships cruising the globe today, the 101.5m (333′) M/Y Symphony is the largest that has been delivered to date. Upon the delivery of “Project 1007” next year Symphony will take 2nd place but for the time being it ranks as the largest Feadship delivered to date.
According to Feadship, “M/Y Symphony is the crowning glory of all yachts produced to date by Royal Van Lent, who will own and operate her upon completion, as a showpiece of Feadship excellence.” When Symphony was launched in 2015 it received great acclaim from the global superyacht community. It was subsequently crowned winner of the 2016 world superyacht awards in the greater than 2999 gross ton category and a finalist for the interior and exterior design award for yachts over 500 gross tons. Additionally, it was selected as a finalist for the 2016 naval architecture award in the displacement hull category.
The exterior design is by Tim Heywood with interior design by Zuretti.
Wrapped inside the displacement hull is an eight cabin layout interior with accommodations for up to 20 guests and 27 additional crew members. In addition to sumptuous sleeping quarters, Symphony has nearly all the amenities imaginable in a world class superyacht. Among them are a six meter contra-flow swimming pool, cinema, beach club, helicopter pad, dance floor, salon, spa, a gym, library, multiple jacuzzis, tender garage and an elevator with an interactive video wall. There is also a golf tee area. Needless to say, guests on Symphony will have no shortage of fun and relaxing ways to spend their time.
The displacement steel hull connects to an aluminum superstructure and cruises around 15 knots with a max speed of 22 knots and range of over 5,500 nautical miles. Zero-speed stabilizers ensure guest comfort underway and at anchor.