Royal Dutch Shipyards

There are yachts and there are Feadships

Based in the Netherlands and with roots dating back to 1849, Feadship is recognised as the world leader in the field of pure custom superyachts. Each Feadship is defined by its superb craftsmanship and sets the standard in every aspect of design, engineering and construction. These bespoke motoryachts are created in partnership with owners who are prepared to invest in a wonderful building experience and reap the rewards for many years to come in terms of both pleasure and re-sale value. Feadship also operates dedicated charter and refit services exclusively for Feadships.

Feadship Como
Feadship Como

First Export Association of Dutch Shipbuilders

Feadship is short for the First Export Association of Dutch SHIPbuilders. The group was founded in 1949 after World War II had left Holland’s previously successful yachtbuilding market in ruins. With little money available in Europe for ordering pleasure boats, the main players in Dutch yachting looked further afield. Six yards and De Voogt Naval Architects agreed to pitch their high quality products on the American market under the Feadship name. Today there are three parties in Feadship: Two of the original yards – Van Lent (1849) and De Vries (1906) – and De Voogt Naval Architects (1913). Both yards have been granted royal status by the Dutch queen in recent years. Each member of Feadship has a distinctive history and its own in-house disciplines and craftsmen.


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