FEADSHIP Feadship Specifications
Name: Project Thalassa
Type: Motor Yacht
Year Built: 2026
Hull Material: Steel
Length: 80m / feet
Beam: 13.1 / 42.98 feet
Max Draft: 3.6 / 11.81 feet
Gross Tonnage: 1953
Cruising Speed: 14 knots
Max Speed: 16 knots
Sleeps: 12
Staterooms: 6
Crew: 15
Exterior Design: Malcolm McKeon Yacht Design
Interior Design: M2 Atelier
Engines: 2 x MTU 16V4000M53 2506hp
Location: Netherlands, Amsterdam


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Introducing Thalassa, a majestic 80-metre yacht embodying the spirit of the Greek goddess of the beach. Much like her namesake, Thalassa offers a divine experience on the seas, boasting expansive decks with panoramic windows that immerse passengers in the beauty of the ocean. However, the pièce de résistance lies in its extraordinary beach club, featuring the largest openings ever built by Feadship in its esteemed 75-year history. Spanning an impressive 165 square meters and opening on three sides, the beach club on Thalassa creates a seamless connection to the sea, offering the owners and guests their own private stretch of coastline wherever she sails. Join us as we embark on a journey with Thalassa, where luxury meets mythology, and every voyage is an ode to the enchanting allure of the sea.

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Project Thalassa - A motoryacht inspired by a sailboat design

Exterior designer Malcolm McKeon is renowned for designing large sailing yachts. For Feadship he applied that specialist knowledge to create the low profile of 80-metre Thalassa – a state-of-the-art motor yacht with the understated grace and ready access to the sea of a sailing yacht.

The sleek hull has a noticeably lower freeboard than most motor yachts with a finely flared bow and a subtle tumblehome aft. Crisply contemporary edges are balanced with more feminine forms; the sculpted lines of the superstructure, for example, are softened by the teak decking that wraps over the leading and trailing edges. The ability to walk around all the decks to make access fore and aft easier is another feature as brought across from sailing yachts.