Alvia arrives

Feadship’s latest custom superyacht Alvia, which has an on-deck sports court, has been delivered to its owner.

10 May 2024


The 76.05-metre Feadship Alvia has been delivered to its owner at the Royal Van Lent shipyard in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

Stand-out features on this new Feadship include a main deck pool, a versatile sports court on the foredeck, a fully equipped gym and spa area and interactive bridge deck lighting.

Alvia was originally known as Project Hanami during the build, after the Japanese festival of the cherry blossom, before being renamed.

Alvia has an elegant exterior design from the board of RWD, which worked alongside Susan Young Interiors to realise the owner’s vision. De Voogt took care of the naval architecture.

The project was sold by the Burgess brokerage team in 2019 before Burgess Technical Services oversaw the project from pre-contract specification and contract development to final sea trials and acceptance.


The yacht has a volume of 2,265 gt, a 13.2-metre beam and a transatlantic-plus range of 5,500 nautical miles, suitable for travel between Alvia’s cruising grounds of the Mediterranean and Caribbean.

“We’re delighted to have worked with such an experienced and professional owner’s team to help deliver this very special yacht,” says Nathan Durley-Boot, marine engineer and project manager at Burgess Technical Services.



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