The Feadship Bahamas Cruiser Concept is meant for coastal cruising
The lightweight Feadship Bahamas Cruiser concept was created in partnership with De Voogt Naval Architects and FM Architettura and combines modern green technologies with a smooth design. The compact 120-foot yacht was meant for “short break and coastal cruising”, as stated by the Dutch yard.
Its hybrid diesel-electric propulsion system allows the Feadship Bahamas Cruiser concept to sail for 3,300 nautical miles at a maximum speed of 17 knots. According to Feadship, the yacht will also be able to run on biofuel, greatly reducing pollution.
The overall design of the cruiser creates a seamless transition between inside and outdoor life. The main deck’s 7.8-foot high ceilings provide spacious, light interiors with floor-to-ceiling windows framing the seaside views. The interior is well lit by natural light, and the design offers the possibility of folding down bulwarks on the aft deck to expand upon the living area.
The interior decor is also contemporary, utilizing a variety of metallic and matte materials with a soft, neutral color scheme that is calming. With an emphasis on sustainability, the concept incorporates eco-friendly technologies. Feadship states the teak alternative is made of “reconstituted stone and powdered marble mixed with resin.”
Up to 10 passengers can be accommodated across four staterooms within the lower deck. The living areas also have high ceilings for a spacious ambiance. There’s an option to turn two of the guest cabins into VIP suites with a surrounding private lounge. The owner will get to enjoy a luxurious master suite with a roomy ensuite bathroom and a separate private lounge space.
A glass-fronted hot tub is surrounded by sun loungers outside on the aft deck, and there are steps leading down to the swimming area. Fold-out terraces and an oversized sundeck with even more lounges are available while the foredeck doubles as a garage for a tender and seating space.