• Feadship launches the second f45: Motor Yacht Harle

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    On Saturday October 6, the Royal Van Lent Shipyard launched the 44.65m (146’6”) M.Y. Harle.

    Technical specifications 


     Feadship – Royal Van Lent Shipyard


    Twin screw motor yacht, steel hull and aluminum superstructure

    Length overall

    44.65m 146’6”

    Beam max

    9.20m 30’2”

    Draft (loaded)

      2.70m 8’10”

    Fuel capacity

    40,000 l 10,500 US Gallons

    Fresh water capacity

     10,000 l 2,600 US Gallons


    De Voogt Naval Architects

    Naval Architect

    De Voogt Naval Architects

    Exterior styling

    De Voogt Naval Architects / Sinot Design Associates

    Interior design

     Sinot Design Associates

    Main engines

    2x MTU 12V2000M70 – 788 kW / 1055 bhp


     2x Wärtsilä Fixed pitch 5-bladed propellers

    Propeller shaft

    Rubber Design

    Reduction gears

    ZF W7540


     VTNaiad Marine zero-speed

    Max. speed appr.

    14.5 knots




    Lloyd’s ?100 A1, SSC, Yacht, Mono, G6, LMC, UMS, MCA

    Air conditioning

    Heinen & Hopman


    2x Caterpillar C9/Stamford 150 kW

    Main electric system

    400/230 VAC/50 cy

    Shore connection

    400/230 VAC/50 cy/150 Kv

    Owner's accomadation

    Full-beam owner’s stateroom, combining bathroom and bedroom connected in two areas, with windows reaching up to the ceiling providing a magnificent view. The extremely high central ceiling in this part of the yacht reaches up to 3,20m (10’6”), ending in a skylight that can be blinded. Guests: Eight guests in four guest staterooms situated on the main deck. 

    Guest accomadation

    Eight guests in four guest staterooms situated on the main deck.

    Crew accomadation

    Ten in five cabins


    The boathouse can best be described as a watersports activity center. When the 
    platform is folded out, this becomes an ideal place for all kinds of outdoor activities, 
    such as swimming, diving and going out boating. 


      The interior style chosen for this second F45 is ‘Miami’ – a classic art deco styling. 
    Contrasting wood paneling and horizontal divisions clearly define the spaces, 
    emphasizing a rich and comfortable environment.