Feadship has marked the opening of the 2021 Monaco Yacht Show by unveiling its latest Future Concept. The 81.75-metre Pure is fully future-compatible in terms of likely developments over the next decade in propulsion and efficiency. At the same time, it is based on feasible elements that Feadship is certain could be built tomorrow.

A meeting of the finest Feadship minds in terms of design, engineering, innovation and construction has resulted in the Future Concept Pure. The vessel features a sculptural exterior profile and open-plan interior. Striking about the vessel is the lower deck command centre, which replaces the traditional bridge. According to Feadship, such a command centre could be realised now.

The yacht builder says the concept is already provoking lively discussions at its stand in Monaco, where designers Jan Schaffers and Tanno Weeda are on hand to explain the technologies. For those unable to attend the show, Feadship promises more details on Pure will be released soon.

Feadship Future Concept Pure.

Feadship Future Concepts

From X-stream in 2006 to Choice in 2016, Feadship regularly made waves in the superyacht sector by releasing a Future Concept. These deep dives into the likely requirements of the next generation of owners by Feadship’s designers and naval architects were all based on client feedback, long brainstorming sessions and in-depth research studies.

An impressive number of the ideas posited by these groundbreaking concepts have since seen the light of day on Feadship builds including the hybrid propulsion pioneered by F-stream, the low fuel consumption suggested by Breathe and the desire for eco-friendly design showcased by Aeon.

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