Hampshire II superyacht by Feadship is a paradise for sports and adventure

Feadship, which is a superyacht building rumored to have worked with Steve Jobs in the past before his demise, has a cool new yacht designed for a special Feadship owner who is a connoisseur of sports and adventure. A 78.50 meter custom motoryacht named as Hampshire II has been launched by Feadship on 14th April at the Feadship Kaag yard and Feadship director Dick van Lent was also present to pay tribute to the owner. The unique selling point of the Hampshire II is the foredeck that has a helicopter landing platform in teak which can be transformed into a playing field for basketball, tennis, baseball, badminton and football. The superyacht has a phenomenal beach club with two platforms that are flanked across either sides and the outdoors have a wealth of impressive detailing in the design.

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The interiors of the Hampshire II touts classic grandeur with a typical English style bar on the bridge deck, a passageway in the engine room with full height glass walls and a striking color combination of Ferrari red, white and black across the room. The Hampshire II by Feadship incorporated with state-of-the-art technology, functional design and exceptional craftsmanship has set a new standard for superyachts in the near future.

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