VANISH yacht is a luxurious superyacht with an elegant design built by Feadship in the Netherlands at their Kaag shipyard and delivered to her owner in 2021.
Both her exterior and interior designs were penned by British designer Harrison Eidsgaard and her naval architecture was designed by Feadship De Voogt Naval Architect.
VANISH is in the top 5% by LOA and one of 105 motor yachts in the 70-80m size range. She is currently sailing under the Cayman Islands flag, which is considered the 2nd most popular flag state for superyachts with a total of 1249 yachts registered under its flagship.
VANISH yacht interior
The VANISH yacht is the perfect luxury yacht for up to 12 guests and 20 staff.
She cruises with six staterooms on board, including one master suite, a VIP cabin that can be divided into two suites, and four additional guest cabins.
She has a three-deck-high atrium, rising from the main deck to the sundeck and a beach club with a permanent view from the transom.
Her features also include a sauna, beauty salon, and underwater lights as well as an elevator for easier accessibility.
Built by the Dutch shipyard Feadship, the VANISH yacht features a free-standing staircase flanked by a glass wall over three decks, a clever design of an extendable balcony in her owner’s stateroom, and a highly innovative transom shape.
According to the designer, the main theme of this boat is to feel at home and relax. She has a very sharp hull to create detail in an otherwise white boat, and her red boot stripe and the junction lines stretch out for 40-60 meters of her length.
The extra horizontal influence also makes the stainless steel railings stand out against their surroundings.
The VANISH yacht has a 5200 nautical mile range, enough to take guests on their dream vacation.
She’s built with steel hulls, aluminum superstructure, a 12.5-meter beam, and teak decks – which means she’ll be able to withstand any weather condition!
Powered by twin diesel MTU (16V 4000 M63L) 2900hp engines each running at 1800rpm, she can reach up to 18 knots maximum but she comfortably cruises at a speed of 12 knots.
She also has at-anchor stabilizers that provide exceptional comfort levels for guests.
Her water tanks store around 41,000 Litres of fresh water and she’s been built to Lloyds Register classification society rules.
Compared to other yachts of the same length, she has a volume that’s 50.44 GT higher than average for her class.
Her price tag is $120 million and the annual running cost comes out to around $10-12 million per year.