She was built by Feadship, with interior design by RWD Design.
The 78.5m yacht has multiple facilities that make the Hampshire a family-oriented and action-packed yachting experience. The yacht is the epitome of luxury and fun on the water.
|Length:||78.5 m (258 ft)|
|Guests:||14 in 7 cabins|
|Crew:||23 in 11 cabins|
|Interior Designer:||RWD Design|
|Price:||US$ 150 million|
|Annual Running:||US$ 10 – 15 million|
HAMPSHIRE II yacht interior
The interior of the Hampshire II yacht is defined as luxurious. With a classic and mahogany-paneled style, there is accommodation for 14 guests in 7 staterooms and 23 crew in 14 cabins.
The beach house opens out on two sides and has a swimming platform and a swimming ladder that descends into the water from the stern.
The beach club is styled in a driftwood design, and the entire area flows seamlessly into the deck above with a skylight surrounded by seating.
The whole yacht is designed for fun, action, sport, and exploration, with the helipad on the foredeck converting into a multi-sports area for basketball, badminton, tennis, and football.
The traditional yachting interior also has a real wood-burning fire, a wine cellar in the underwater viewing window, and a private cinema on the lower deck.
The yacht’s action-packed features continue with a zip line that runs from the 25m crows mast to the water below, and each deck is a diving board.
The garage is packed with toys like windsurfing and diving equipment, mountain bikes, and tenders for all kinds of adventure on land and water.
Feadship De Voogt Naval Architects built the Hampshire II yacht in their Kaag-based shipyard in the Netherlands. The hull is made of steel and has an aluminum superstructure.
The hull was painted blue in 2018. RWD was the designer of both the interior and the yacht’s exterior, and she was delivered in 2012.
The Hampshire II yacht has a length of 78.5m, a beam of 12.7m, and a draft of 3.7m. Her 2 MTU engines can reach a maximum speed of 16kn and a cruising speed of 14kn. She displaces 1887GT and has a range of 3,700 nautical miles.
The engine room has a passageway made of full-height glass walls that show off the interior with three main colors: Ferrari red, black, and white, with stainless steel accents and spotlights.
The Hampshire II is estimated to cost $150 million, and she has an annual running cost of $10 – $15 million.