brochure (pdf 1.91 MB)


brochure (pdf 1.91 MB)
What happens when experienced owners, who love being involved in every aspect of a design
and build, come together with Feadship, Guido de Groot and Bannenberg Design to create their
ideal family yacht? May we introduce the lovely Kathleen Anne.
Warm and inviting
Kathleen Anne has a crisp yet homely interior with the furniture specifically
tailored to individual spaces and their use. The inviting and comfortable
ambience of the main lounge [8] allows it to be used as the main social
area. Two distinctive seating areas are laid out in a slightly masculine
style, with the darker tones of walnut offset by contrasting pale oak and
high gloss rosewood.
Open plan
Forward of the lounge in an open adjoined space is the delightful dining area [9]. Rosewood buffet cabinets
with white Calcutta marble tops house china and glass while serving as a visual partition with the lounge.
The bespoke oak, rosewood and nickel dining table rests on a rug with a free-form pattern inspired by
the owners’ herd of Shorthorn cattle. Ian Davenport’s colorful art pieces add to the élan.
Family flexibility
Flexibility is integral to the concept of the full beam bridge deck lounge [4]. With
the aft doors fully open the lounge can be joined visually and practically with the
aft deck (see next page) to create a ‘beach lounge’ area, alternatively the
focus can lie on watching movies and playing games (note the cool games cube
in front of the TV). The teak floor features a unique pattern of wide planks,
with walnut and pale oak inset in thin strips.
In the shade
The aft area [3] of the bridge deck is surprisingly large for a yacht of this size. Thanks to a removable central
leaf, the lovely teak table can be extended to accommodate up to ten people. The calm palette of stone-colored
fabrics makes this a distinctive and peaceful place at all times of the day.
A matter of choice
While offering plenty of space for those who do love to bathe in water
or sun, the shading facilities are also one of the most ingenious aspects
of the sun deck [1]. The cantilevered umbrellas are made of stainless
steel and sailcloth, and each unit can be folded up and stored out of sight.
Crystal clean lines
Kathleen Anne has an elegant contemporary profile. Her high forward bow reflects the overall lines of
the boat. Light grey elements in the superstructure recesses and behind the fashion plates accentuate the
clean lines of this world cruiser.
A contemporary take
The refined owner’s stateroom [13] offers an elegant variation on the walnut and nickel theme. Here the panels are inset
with bone-colored linen in a contemporary take on the more traditional wooden fielded panel detail. While the bed looks
completely surprisingly light and airy, there is lots of storage underneath. The room also features a nice coffee table seating
area on one side and a vanity desk on the other.
Made to measure
The bathroom [15] in the owner’s suite has hints of a grand British hotel with chrome lights, white
marble tops and splashes of teak and walnut. In addition to a nice bath there is a large walk-in
shower and a separate toilet. The image left shows the fine views available from the anteroom on the way
into the suite, where a built-in desk [12] offers a fine spot to enjoy the view whilst checking your emails.
I See the Moon
Kathleen Anne has four guest staterooms [21] on the lower deck. All have a handsome crisp finish with pale oak and a
slight hint of art deco in the design and finish of the beds with inlaid metal details. Soft fabric panels rise up to chair-rail
height, above which broad panels contain interesting art pieces such as Luca Missoni’s Moon photos.
Double the space
The aft guest staterooms [18 & 19] have double beds, one of which
converts into a smart sofa. Sliding back the central bulkhead creates a
full beam suite with a separate lounge. Note here the slats of walnut
in the door panel, a feature that returns throughout the yacht. All
guest staterooms have ensuite bathrooms [18a] that are finely
detailed with marble, teak, walnut and chrome accessories.
Always elegant
The striking wheelhouse [6] contains an integrated bridge with five screens and a large elevated sofa for the owner and guests to enjoy
the nautical experience.
A deliberate choice for loose furniture on the main deck aft [7] creates an relaxed environment as Kathleen Anne sails on to new
Exploring this brochure: the numbers on the general arrangement plans correspond with those given in the photographs.
1. Sun deck
2. Whirlpool
3. Bridge deck aft
4. Bridge deck lounge
7. Main deck aft
8. Main deck lounge
9. Dining room
10.Main entrance
Length overall:
Beam overall:
Draft (loaded):
Fuel capacity:
Fresh water capacity:
Naval Architect:
Exterior styling:
Interior design:
Main engines:
Max. speed appr.:
Feadship – Koninklijke De Vries Scheepsbouw
Twin screw motor yacht, steel hull and aluminum superstructure
40,000 L10,600 US Gallons
12,000 L
3,200 US Gallons
De Voogt Naval Architects
Guido de Groot
Bannenberg & Rowell Design
2x MTU 12V2000 M70, 788 kW / 1055 bhp @ 2100rpm
14 knots
12. Owner’s office
13. Owners’ stateroom
14. Dressingroom
15. Owners’ bathroom
18. Guest stateroom
19. Guest stateroom
20.Guest lobby
21. Guest stateroom
22.Guest stateroom
5. Captain’s cabin
6. Wheelhouse
11. Galley
23.Crew mess
24.Crew quarters
16. Lazarette
17. Engine room
Feadship Holland Tel: +31 23 524 7000 Fax: +31 23 524 8639 Email: [email protected] P.O. Box 5238 2000 GE Haarlem The Netherlands Feadship America Tel: +1 954 761 1830 Fax: +1 954 761 3412 Email: [email protected] 801 Seabreeze Blvd
Bahia Mar Yachting Center
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316
Koninklijke De Vries Scheepsbouw Tel: +31 297 388 900 Fax: +31 297 388 901 Email: [email protected] P.O. Box 258 1430 AG Aalsmeer The Netherlands Royal Van Lent Shipyard Tel: +31 252 547 123 Fax: +31 252 544 341 Email: [email protected] Julianalaan 3
2159 LA Kaag
The Netherlands
Visiting address
Zijlweg 148C
2015 BJ Haarlem
Visiting address
Oosteinderweg 25
1432 AC Aalsmeer