The legendary designer Henri de Voogt set up his own company in 1913, and won races himself in his early – self-built – boats. Once the focus shifted exclusively to naval architecture, De Voogt began cooperating with the De Vries and Van Lent yards.
The partnership flourished after the creation of Feadship, and today this technical office for naval architecture and engineering is the creative center of the organization. As well as designing yachts in the classic Feadship tradition, De Voogt is increasingly asked to develop revolutionary new concepts. Thanks to generations of resourceful interaction between De Voogt and the Feadship yards, the final results are always spectacular.