About Virginian

The 62.23m Virginian is an archetypical classic yacht in terms of her exterior lines. Her interior resembled that of the great ships of the early 1900s - including a library with an open fireplace. Yet Virginian, for all her old-world charm, set new standards too. She was the first Feadship to have four full decks, and was fitted with such thoroughly modern attributes as a hydraulic transom hatch, tenders concealed on the aft deck and a separate lounge for her captain.

Virginian is available for charter.


General info
  • Launch name Virginian
  • Current name Virginian
  • Year 1990
  • Length 62.23m / 204'2"
  • Beam 10.20m / 33'6"
  • Draught 3.30m / 10'10"

  • Fuel Capacity 136,300 litres / 36,000 US gallons
  • Water Capacity 51,700 litres / 13,650 US gallons

  • Naval Architect De Voogt Naval Architects
  • Exterior Design De Voogt Naval Architects
  • Interior Design David Easton

  • Main Engines 2x Caterpillar 35 DI-TA, bhp at 1600 rpm each

  • Staterooms 6
  • Crew 18
  • Guests 12