Feadship launches NajibaJan 15, 2019 by Triton Staff
Feadship announced on Jan. 3 that the 190-foot (58m) motor yacht Najiba had left the construction hall of the the Feadship yard at Aalsmeer in the Netherlands.
The yacht, which has a sleek, minimalist exterior, is a custom build for experienced owners. Peter Wilson of MCM served as project manager.
“The professional relationships developed through this four-year journey – helped by the client’s clear direction and swift decision-making – have made it an absolute pleasure,” Wilson stated in a Feadship press release. “Najiba is a wonderful accomplishment and a testament to the family’s vision and determination.”
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