Feadship 71 meter project SAKURA sold

A perfect fit: Feadship Project 827 Sakura finds a new owner

After just six weeks on the market and named after the Japanese word for ‘cherry blossom’, Sakura has been sold after Feadship was introduced to a client of Burgess.

“From the moment we released information about Sakura last May there were several clients who jumped at the opportunity, including her new owner,” says Maarten Janssen, Feadship’s Sales Director. “He was attracted by the relatively short delivery time and the opportunity to bypass the waiting list. He loved the exterior and interior design, and the yacht totally fit what he was looking for in terms of layout for family use. A perfect fit, in other words.”

Richard Lambert, Head of Sales at Burgess commented “It has been a pleasure to have worked hand in hand with the new owner and Feadship for project Sakura and we are looking forward to a continued close collaboration for the completion of this stunning new build project.”

The 71.75-metre diesel-electric yacht is scheduled for delivery in May 2025. She will be built in steel after an exterior design and naval architecture by De Voogt Naval Architects. Twin 1700Hp Veth diesel engines will allow a cruising speed of 12 knots and a maximum speed of 14.5 knots, and Sakura will have a cruising range of 4500 Nautical miles. Her interior, after a design of FM Architetture, will facilitate accommodation for up to 14 guests across 7 luxurious staterooms with en-suite facilities, and 10 additional cabins can be used for crew member accommodation to simplify yacht handling, or to welcome family and friends on board. All in all, project Sakura is a luxurious superyacht that will be beyond ready to engage in extensive travels to any preferred destination with her new owners, in ultimate luxury, comfort, safety, and style.