Feadship reveals 71m Juice
The Dutch builder has uncovered the 71m Juice, an all-aluminium build for a repeat Feadship client inspired by modern art.
The 71.1m Juice has left Feadship’s enormous construction hall in Amsterdam. Built for a repeat Feadship client, the yacht was designed by RWD in collaboration with the owner and features an interior by Peter Marino. The Dutch shipyard handled naval architecture of the yacht, which has an aluminium hull and superstructure, and an 11.7m beam.
The owner is a keen collector of modern art and the 3D logo of the name on the funnel is inspired by the 1967 work, Juice, by American artist Ed Ruscha, while the client’s involvement with the interior extended to personally selecting pieces of veneer for the central staircase.
The 3D name is inspired by Ed Ruscha’s artwork, Juice
Juice has a complete owner’s deck with stateroom, office and saloon between the main and bridge decks, and features four guest suites on the main deck, while there’s accommodation for 24 crew. Highlights include a large beach club, cinema on the lower deck and gym on the sun deck.
All structural parts of the exterior, including the base of the 8m pool on the main deck, are finished in polished stainless steel. Transparent features, including the railings and the sides of the pool, are made of glass, while large, glazed panels ensure unrestricted views.
Juice leaves the giant Feadship shed in Amsterdam
Three custom tenders – a 10m limo, 8m guest RIB and a rescue boat – are housed beneath the flush foredeck and launched via the gullwing doors in the hull.
Carmen Lau of Camper & Nicholsons represents the buyer of the 141ft Dutch build, which features a Terence Disdale interior.