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        Feadship Superyacht Project 707 Begins Outfitting
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        Feadship Superyacht Project 707 Begins Outfitting

        The 76.5-metre Feadship superyacht Project 707 has begun outfitting.

        The yacht, which features a steel hull and aluminium superstructure, was pictured passing the Erasmus bridge in Rotterdam and has now arrived at Feadship’s Aalsmeer facility to begin outfitting.

        The yacht will remain there until completion. Delivery is due in 2021.

        The 76.5-metre superyacht replaces the 75-metre Arrow, which exited the facility on December 16.

        Previously referred to as Project 703, the multi-deck yacht features a steel hull and a 12.9-metre beam, with naval architecture by Feadship De Voogt Naval Architects.

        Exterior and interior design meanwhile have been panned by Jonny Horsfield and his team at H2 Yacht Design.

        Arrow will join five other yachts expected to be delivered by Feadship throughout the coming year, ranging from 49 to 99-metres.

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