is the combination of two Netherlands shipyards, with roots dating back to 1849. The De Vries and Royal Van Lent families established their shipyards separately; in 1949 they joined together to form Feadship Yachts. The name of Feadship stands for the First Export Association of Dutch Shipbuilders. The company started out focusing on the United States’ active market for pleasure yachts. Feadship has produced custom-built displacement motoryachts, which can be from 70-213 feet long. De Vries Scheepsbouw is in the center of Aaslmeer, and the Van Lent shipyard is on Kaag Island. Two motoryachts are built at each yard per year. The design center, De Voogt Naval Architects, is in Haarlem. Feadship uses steel and aluminum for construction materials. They are recognized as world leaders in the field of pure custom superyachts. All boats follow a standard of excellent craftsmanship, design, engineering and construction. The company calls it their “relentless pursuit of perfection.”
All Feadships are created in partnership with their clients, who start their project with a blank page and set out to create a superyacht that is unlike any other in the world.