FELIX yacht is a 70-meter superyacht that was built in 1969 by Jadewerft and designed by Reymond Langton Design. This 1662-ton beauty has a steel superstructure and a steel hull.
Powered by Caterpillar engines, she can reach a maximum speed of 16 knots and cruise comfortably at 13.5 knots.
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FELIX yacht interior
The interior of FELIX was designed by François Zuretti, who began designing yachts in 1975 with Triad Condos.
With over 40 years of experience in the industry, it comes as no surprise that François Zuretti is a very well-known name in the yachting industry.
François Zuretti has also been involved in several notable yacht designs, such as the Scheherazade Yacht, a 140-meter superyacht, listed as the 14th largest yacht globally.
Another yacht by François Zuretti is SYMPHONY, a 101.5-meter superyacht capable of carrying up to 20 guests at a time and can be accommodated by 38 qualified crew members in 16 spacious cabins.
Aboard the FELIX yacht, guests are greeted with a stainless steel and glass elevator, a gym, work-out-related types of equipment, an owner’s deck, a 14-person cinema, full air-conditioning, Wifi signal, and zero-speed stabilizers to keep guests safe and steady when traveling the rough seas.
FELIX yacht specifications
FELIX yacht has a length of 70 meters (229.8 feet), a beam of 11.5 m (37.9 feet), and a draft of 4.2 meters (13.10 feet).
She weighs 1662 tons and is powered by Diesel type two Caterpillar engines capable of outputting 1875 hp each, which enable this behemoth to cruise at speeds of 13.5 knots and reach a top speed of 16 knots.
She has twin-screw propulsion and can hold 77,000 liters of fresh water and 282,000 liters of fuel. Her massive fuel tank allows her to cover a distance of over 9500 nautical miles.
This stunning vessel was designed by Reymond Langton Design, a design studio that specializes in superyachts founded back in 2011 by Pascale Reymond and Andrew Langton.
They have extensive experience when it comes to designing superyachts and were responsible for the design of SERENE Yacht.
1969 – Yacht launched as a research vessel
2006 / 2007 – Converted to superyacht AMADEUS for Bernard Arnault
2015 – Benard sold AMADEUS which was asking for 65 million euros at the time of sale
2016 – Yacht renamed
2017 – Yacht underwent refit
2021 – Yacht sold to the new owner