Feadship launches the $35.5 million Go super yacht for luxury lovers

When you see creations like the Go superyacht, you wonder why anyone would ever want to go back to living life on the land. This exquisite yacht by Feadship is the third yacht in the exclusive and pioneering SL39 modular concept. Meeting all your luxury needs, this superyacht was recently launched at the Koninklijke De Vries Scheepsbouw yard in Aalsmeer. The credit for the signature Feadship exterior goes to De Voogt Naval Architects, while the interior design credit deservedly goes to FPA Architects.

One can’t help but give in to the charms of this exclusive custom yacht’s plush modern interiors. The sophisticated play of colors and textures used in the interiors promises to appeal to the most elite tastes. Teak wood is the main material used in the dining table, and the wall paneling in the main salon. The sliding doors in the dining room are equipped with a satin back painted glass panel, and the floor covering carpet is ‘BIC Shadow Silver Linen.’ A 46” plasma screen sitting on a high gloss lacquer china cabinet meets your daily entertainment needs.
But what stole my heart is the lavish master stateroom. The room’s full-beam layout prevents guests and crew from walking past, ensuring optimum privacy for the occupants. The four guestrooms can be transformed into two full-width VIP staterooms, complete with their own lounge.
The bridge deck salon and the adjacent aft deck are other amazing features of the yacht. Besides the wood flooring and leather seating, the bridge deck salon’s main feature is the large central bar. The bridge deck salon opens onto the large upper aft deck through a quadruple sliding door. By opening the door completely, the whole area becomes one large indoor/outdoor area. Loose furniture allows you to have various seating options. The sun deck features the usual luxe features like a Jacuzzi, sun loungers, and breakfast tables and chairs.
Go comes complete with a full displacement world cruiser with a steel hull, aluminum superstructure, and a top speed of 14 knots. Powered by twin 12V2000 M70 MTU diesel engines that provide a 4.000nm range at 10 knots, the Go yacht is literally ready to “go” any day, anytime.
If you wish to go for the Go, just shell out €27,500,000 ($35,508,000) and she will be yours. Go is also available for charter through Feadship’s Charter division.

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