Blue Moon


About Blue Moon

The owner's first Feadship experience was a two-week cruise on September Blue in the mid-1990s. An immediate convert, he soon bought the 47.50m Mi Gaea, which was renamed Blue Moon. Not long after, the designs for a brand-new Feadship were on the table and the second Blue Moon - at 50.28m the largest aluminium Feadship ever built at the time - was launched in 2000. The third Blue Moon was launched in 2005.

Blue Moon’s launch specifications

50.28m / 164′12″
16 knots
9.75m / 31′12″
2.44m / 8′0″
Blue Moon
Broadwater, Rasselas, Time For Us, Halcyon Days, Juneluck


Feadship De Voogt Naval Architects
Studio De Voogt
Donald Starkey Designs


2x Caterpillar 3512 B-DI-TA, 1500 bhp at 1600 rpm each


76,000 litres / 20,077 US Gallons
25,000 litres / 6,604 US Gallons




1x 37ft Intrepid, with twin 627hp Engines, 1x 21ft Castoldi Jet Tender
2x Yamaha waverunner VXHO, 1x Wakeboard, 1x Waterski, 1x Childrens Waterski, 1x Single Waterski, 2x F5s Seabob, 2x Stand-up paddle board, 1x Yacht Swing, 1x Towable tubes, 2x Aqua glide splash mats, 1x Aqua glide Inflatable Jungle Jim, 1x Aqua glide trampoline, 1x Kids beach toys, 1x Inflatable corn hole
1x Mask, fins and snorkels, 1x Subwing (underwater), 1x Brownie Third Lung System with 4 connections, 1x Jacuzzi, 1x Technogym equipment including Kinesis, Elliptical and rowing machine with TV/AV facilities.