Feadship launched CID – another unit of their 35m-class.
CID was built for an owner who likes to explore smaller marinas and bays with friends. The seems not to be the classic yacht owner. The launch party included a first maiden tour in the Dutch canals and he intends to take part of the sea trials. Furthermore, he wants also to steer the yacht by himself.
The interior was designed by Bannenberg & Rowell with interior styling by Marty Lowe, client’s long-time interior designer. Because there are no interior pictures of the publishing date of this blog post, here how Feadship describes the interior:
“The interior is geared to practical use rather than gilded edges, all within a sophisticated jacket. There are wooden floors throughout the main deck (using the same design that the client saw during a visit to Feadship TV), a giant television and a big screen projector in the main lounge so that guests watch can two sports events simultaneously.
While taking these bespoke use-based factors into action, Bannenberg & Rowell Design has successfully designed a crisp and simple architectural interior palette of oak, walnut and wenge, taking advantage of the 2.45m headroom in the main saloon and associated expansive glazing. Marty Lowe, the client’s long-time interior designer, oversaw the selection
of soft furnishings, loose furniture, and decorative objects, all of which have been combined to produce a calm, pale West Coast vibe.”
The first journey will go to the Fjords and the Mediterranean. The winter’s station will be the west coast of Mexico and the rest of the summer on the Baja California Peninsula.
|Length over all:||34.65 m|
|Exterior Design:||De Voogt Naval Architects|
|Interior Design:||Bannenberg & Rowell|
|Interior Styling||Marty Lowe|
|Naval Architecture:||De Voogt Naval Architects|
|Cruising Speed:||12 knots|
|Top Speed:||20 knots|
|Main Engines:||2 x MTU 16V2000M93 1340 kW @ 2400 rpm|
|Fuel Capacity:||25,400 l|
|Range @ 12 knots:||3,200 nm|
|Owner:||Owner’s stateroom, bathroom with steam shower|
|Guests:||Eight guests in four staterooms on lower deck|
|Crew:||Six crew in three double cabins. Crew mess and galley on main