A 110-metre megayacht built in the Netherlands for a Russian billionaire

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Dutch Feadship has completed work on its next flagship, the 110m Project 1007, which was previously reported to have been commissioned by Russian billionaire Dmitry Rybolovlev. When delivered to her owner she will share with Oceanco's Jubilee the title of the largest yacht ever built in the Netherlands.

She will bear the name 'Anna' which is inherited from the owner's previous yacht currently on the market for €65m.

The hull and interiors have been designed by Michael Leach Design in collaboration with New York-based decorator Brian McCarthy. The Feadship De Voogt four-deck naval architecture yacht is built to Lloyd's Registry standards.

The steel hull and aluminium superstructure of Project 1007 were ready back in 2016. «That's when the yacht, commissioned by the owner of the Monaco football club», was first caught by the cameras while being transported to Makkum where she was subsequently undergoing final finishing.

Very few details are known about the yacht but hatchways aft of the yacht hint at a side loading garage and a beach club with folding panels.

The Project 1007 is set to join the world's top 40 largest yachts and takes over the flagship title from the 101.5m Symphony, which rolled off the yard's slipway in 2015.

«Feadship has also recently launched the 69-metre divemaster Samaya and the 73-metre Hasna, which won the World Superyacht Awards» in the Best Displacement Motor Yacht 500 to 2000 BRT category. Hasna is currently finishing up a 93m motoryacht under the working title of Project 814, which will be delivered next year.

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