A month ago, a 96,55-metre superyacht Vertigo has left the construction hall at the Feadship yard in Makkum, the Netherlands. The stunner, which is currently on sea trial, turns heads with its seductive curves designed by Redman Whiteley Dixon and invite in to admire the plush interiors by Chahan Interior Design.
Vertigo sets a new standard for styling and is a true gentleman’s yacht. Her beautiful shapes, gently flowing sheer line and iconic looks are the very definition of timelessness, and she is impeccably balanced in every respect. She is one of the most sophisticated superyachts ever to grace the world’s oceans. – Tom de Vries, Director at Feadship
Vertigo’s streamlined profile harmonizes with her proportion. The yacht’s flared bow houses a games deck and helicopter landing pad with a hangar below for a Bell 429 WLG helicopter. The sweeping hull line leads down and aft towards the main deck aft with a jaw-dropping swimming pool made of glass panels that also form the ceiling of the beach club below. The deep end of the 42,000-litre pool has a dramatic S-curved shape and descends to some 2.5 metres. A drop-down cap rail allows an open view to the sea from inside the pool and a curtain of water to flow into the forward section of the pool and fashion a natural divide between this exterior area and the interior. An ample sea-level beach club is located right beneath the pool.
The interior of Vertigo are refined with large floor-to-ceiling windows allow plenty of the natural light in and open unobscured ocean views. The yacht boasts the double-sided fireplace in limestone and quartz and decorative glass screens that separate the main lounge from the dining area forward, as well as the floating staircase which combines stainless steel, multi- textured stone and blue leather with a wealth of lighting in an exceptionally detailed way.
The main deck features a cinema and the guest accommodation section. The laters comprised of six staterooms (two VIPs) and a hairdressing saloon bridge deck above. The bridge deck also features a club lounge, offices for owner and captain, and a state-of-the-art Feadship wheelhouse. The owner’s deck is is fitted with full-beam forward-facing stateroom with 180-degree views and a three-metre-high skylight ceiling above the bed. The sun deck is the home for the gym and a pizza oven finished with bespoke chimney.