She was delivered in 2011 from Feadship featuring an interior design from Sinot Yacht Design and Axel Vervoodt.
She features naval architecture by De Voogt Naval Architects. There are not many details known about the interior or amenities of the impressively sized yacht, but she is a close match to her near sister ship MUSASHI, which also features design from Sinot Yacht Design.
The incredible vessel turns heads on the water for her striking good looks and sheer size on the water.
|Length:||88 m (288 ft)|
|Guests:||14 in 7 cabins|
|Crew:||20 in 10 cabins|
|Interior Designer:||Sinot Exclusive Design|
|Price:||US$ 130 million|
|Annual Running Cost:||US$ 10 – 13 million|
FOUNTAINHEAD yacht interior
Although she is a famous superyacht, very few details are known about her interior, and there are no known interior images.
She closely resembles her near sister ship MUSASHI, owned by Larry Ellison, who also features interior design from Sinot with a minimalistic interior style and hints of art deco.
Sander Sinot has a background in industrial design and understands how to bring together amazing design elements down to every detail on the vessel.
FOUNTAINHEAD was designed to offer a family home on the water with an inviting interior, gym, contraflow swimming pool, and plenty of water toys and tenders for guests to enjoy a fun time.
The FOUNTAINHEAD yacht features exterior design and naval architecture by De Voogt Naval Architects.
She was built by Feadship and delivered from their Koninklijke De Vries shipyard at Makkumin in 2011.
She is an XL Feadship Superyacht and was one of the largest models the shipyard produced in 2011.
She has a steel hull, and aluminum superstructure all in white and teak decks. The exterior is defined by window panels all around the yacht.
The FOUNTAINHEAD yacht is an 87.78m yacht with a 13.9m beam and a 4.1m draft. The vessel can reach a top speed of 21 knots, with her 2 MTU engines maintaining a cruising speed of 15 knots.
FOUNTAINHEAD has a displacement of 2463 gross tons and an estimated range of 6000 nautical miles.
She is valued at approximately $130 million with an annual running cost of $10 – $13 million. The vessel is built to Lloyds Register Classification Society Rules.