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Feadship launches motoryacht Moon Sand


Feadship has launched the 145-foot (44m) M/Y Moon Sand. Designed in-house, Moon Sand has bridge deck wing stations and a main deck lifting pool.

The owners emphasized three key elements: light, space and freedom of choice in terms of recreation. The yacht has large windows and an absence of mullions in the bridge deck lounge, main lounge, dining area, study/lobby and forward owner’s stateroom. On the main deck, a large section of clear glass is inset into the bulwark amidships, and the aft bulwark is kept as low as possible.

Motoryacht Moon Sand

Motoryacht Moon Sand

The tender is located on the sun deck rather than housed in its own garage, opening room for a swimming pool on the main deck aft, which features a contraflow system and a lifting floor system where a section of the deck lowers to provide the pool depth required.

Bannenberg & Rowell designed the interior.

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