One of the most exclusive Feadships
built, Olympus combines remarkable
capability with artistic flair
Showcasing the successful Feadship / Winch collaboration and their carte blanche approach, Olympus combines artistic flair with engineering excellence fine-tuned by De Voogt naval architects, the studio behind more than half of Feadship’s global fleet. Custom-made furniture by Silverlining, original Modernist artwork, and light, distinctive soft fabrics decorate her welcoming and remarkably spacious interior.
Project Claire (hull 775) was Andrew Winch’s second collaboration with Feadship, one of an elite group of truly custom superyacht builders. Every project starts with a blank page and the finished yacht is entirely individual, unlike any other yacht in the world.
Built at the now Royal Van Lent shipyard, Project Claire changed hands during construction and Andrew Winch was brought in to direct the project and realize the young owner’s yachting vision. On completion, the beautiful motor yacht Claire was sent to the Far East and renamed.
“Since her delivery in 1996, she has subsequently been sold, but the elegant interior has not been changed” - explains Winch – “At least 10 years after we delivered her, our decoration studio was asked to re-supply all the original materials for a redecoration by her owner, who was intent on leaving the design exactly as we had originally conceived it.”
Olympus’ sumptuous custom interior has unique charm
Large and luxurious enough for formal entertaining yet inviting and private enough to feel relaxed for a couple, Olympus’ versatile layout works for every occasion.
In the 1990s, Feadship started to adopt more futuristic designs. The shift is evident in Olympus’ clean exterior lines created by Andrew Winch with Frits De Voogt. Her balanced proportions, including the ever-graceful Feadship bow, continue to appeal. Her modern design, enhanced by an unusual palette of light “Olympus” blue and white with a touch of burgundy red, skillfully translates technical features into design elements. The final seal of approval came in 1997 when Olympus won the International Superyacht Society Awards for the Best Motor Yacht over 43m.
Feadship Van Lent
55m / 180'05"
De Voigt Design International
10m / 32'10"
3.2m / 10'06"
4000nm @ 11.5kns
Olympus is a compendium of celebrated names - Andrew Winch, Frits De Voogt, Silverlining, Ascher, Steal, Derain, Matisse, Feadship itself - and built to a standard that is almost unattainable today. Take a quick look around and see close-up what makes Olympus one of the most chic, appealing and capable Feadships on the market.
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Knowledge, skill, workmanship, and attention to the thousands of visible and hidden details make a Feadship a Feadship.
The interior is ‘people’ rather than ‘design’ centric. The ‘wow factor’ lies in her comfort and livability.
Skillfully designed, the versatile deck spaces work on every level. For entertainment, dining, relaxation and water sports.
Well-maintained pedigree Feadship
Original design by Andrew Winch
Naval architecture by Frits De Voogt
Custom-built for royalty
Well organized exterior deck space
Outstanding materials and craftsmanship
Track record of global navigation
Carries two large 7m tenders
Outstanding 4000nm range at cruising speed
Touch and Go Helipad for EC130/135 or similar
Technical and structural refit in 2023
Fully repainted hull
25-year class surveys completed 2021
Zero speed stabilizers
Exceptional customized storage capacities throughout
Exceptional interior volume thanks to 10m (almost 33’) beam
Well thought-out layout with versatile interior spaces
Ideal for long-term liveaboard
Décor incorporating original artwork
Elevator servicing all guest areas, lower deck to sun deck
Eight spacious guest staterooms with ensuite bathrooms
Unique two master stateroom layout
Sleeps 16 guests (including 2 Pullman berths and 2 nanny cabins)
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