Feadship has launched the 35-metre motoryacht Letani for a client resident in the Far East. Designed to allow access to shallow waters and smaller marinas in Europe, Scandinavia, the Indian Ocean and Asia, this new Feadship has set a new record of just over two years for the time between the first meeting with the client and the launch.
The length and shallow draught of the vessel are very much linked to the intended use of exploring various parts of the world that are often out of reach to larger superyachts while retaining Feadship standards of quality. Letani’s open decks provide maximum entertainment and flexibility for the family and their guests. Sinot Exclusive Yacht Design and Studio Liaigre worked in close collaboration to create a warm, comfortable and liveable apartment-like interior with clean and minimal detailing. A calm atmosphere prevails with smoked eucalyptus combining very well with deeply smoked and washed oak flooring and randomly veneered wall panels.
Letani’s layout and its functions are also designed around the owners and their family. A fine example is the special TV nook which divides the lounge and dining room. As the television is on a swivelling bracket it can also be viewed from a saloon area geared to gathering people together in a restful manner. The dining area has an informal French bistro ambience, with a tapered table and long banquette. Elsewhere, the various accommodations for eight in the owner’s stateroom, full-beam VIP and two convertible guest suites also exude relaxation on a Feadship with a unique style all of her own.