Project Manager Peter van Mil, noted that building the new yard is even more complicated than constructing a superyacht as much of the work will occur underground, out of sight. The new facility will feature a 160-meter hall for new-build projects and superyacht refits. The Amsterdam site will be Feadship’s fourth and the second operated by Royal Van Lent, who will continue to run the Kaag Island yard. The two facilities will share the same management team and a workforce of 450.
Feadship Director and Royal Van Lent CEO Jan-Bart Verkuyl noted that investing in the new yard is in investment in the future as the length of superyachts continues to grow.
Projects underway at the Dutch yard include the 110-meter Project 1007, scheduled for completion, due for completion in 2018.
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