Feadship Project Vertigo
The 96.55 metre Feadship superyacht Project Vertigo has been delivered to Antibes and named Faith. Local reports suggest that she arrived into the French port earlier this month, where she is currently moored next to the 99 metre Feadship Madame Gu.
Styled inside and out by British design studio Redman Whiteley Dixon, Faith features naval architecture by De Voogt, while Azure provided project management. Her full displacement steel hull supports an aluminium superstructure and four teak decks.
Accommodation is for 18 guests and 32 crew, including a master suite, two VIP cabins, four double cabins and two convertible rooms. The main-deck owner’s cabin features 180-degree views out to sea and a three metre high skylight directly above the double bed.
The interior décor was created by the Parisian studio Chahan Design, which is making its debut in the superyacht world. Standout features include the floating staircase and double-sided fireplace, finished in limestone and quartz.
The enormous foredeck on Faith includes a superyacht helipad that is large enough to not only land a Bell 429 WLG, but can also open up to provide sheltered helicopter storage in a concealed locker.
Sweeping hull lines draw the eye to the aft deck where Faith boasts a glass-bottomed swimming pool that is fed by a waterfall and measures up to 2.5 metres deep. From the fold-out superyacht superyacht beach club below guests can see all the way up to the sundeck, which features a gymnasium and pizza oven.