Yesterday we have reported about Feadship superyacht Vertigo being transported from the Dutch yard's Makkum facility to Amsterdam. And now we have been informed that the vessel has left Amsterdam this morning for her first sea trials. 

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Vertigo saw the light of day on Wednesday 23 November, which is when this 96.55-metre superyacht left the construction hall. 


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Vertigo (#1006) measures 96.55m/ 316.8ft and has a steel hull and aluminium superstructure. Redman Whiteley Dixon was responsible for her exterior design, Chahan Interior for the interior and De Voogt Naval Architects for the naval architecture. 


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With a gross tonnage of 2,999GT, Project Vertigo was built to Lloyds +100A1 class and will fly the Cayman Islands flag. Powered by twin MTU engines of 3,004hp each, Vertigo will be able to reach a maximum speed of 17 knots and cruise for 5,000 nautical miles at 12 knots.


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Vertigo will accommodate 18 guests in 7 double cabins and 2 twins, as well as a crew of 34. The owner's cabin is located on its own private deck with floor to ceiling windows throughout. Amenities include a spa pool aft of Vertigo's main deck, an extensive beach club with a bar located under the pool, a private cinema and a spa.


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Vertigo will further have two 10-meter custom Feadship tenders. You can take a closer look at the third largest Feadship superyacht here and find the first official images here.

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