GO emerges as the newest build in Feadshipâ€™s SL39 modular series, a platform incorporating pre-determined hull construction, technical systems and equipment, with full customization above the waterline.
Exterior styling by De Voogt Naval Architects is classically Feadship, with a traditional bow and sweeping surround of windows. Award winning FPA Architects combine contemporary furnishings in earth-tone colors, varied fabrics and textures and natural teak paneling for an interior ambiance that is at once sophisticated and sensual, playful and serene.
Among the notable features that contribute to make GO a superb charter yacht is the clever flexibility of space. The modular sofa in the main salon can face aft for panoramic ocean views or be rearranged 180 degrees to enjoy a movie on the 46â€ plasma screen. On the lower deck, two of the four guest suites can be reconfigured as full-beam VIP suites. Flexible seating arrangements on the bridge deck allow for numerous configurations of space and a quadruple sliding door dissolves the division between interior and exterior areas. The sundeck aft is furnished with loose sun lounges and a small table and chairs that can be arranged as desired.
GO accommodates 10 guests in five cabins, featuring a full-beam master suite with magnificent views from the bed. The yacht is equipped with a variety of water toys, including a16-foot Novurania Equator tender housed in the lazarette behind the transom hatch, which opens to create a spacious swim platform.
GO, currently for sale, is now available for charter in the Mediterranean and plans a Caribbean itinerary this winter.
Fuel: 10,568 GAL.
Water: 3,170 Gal.
Engines: MTU 12V 2000 M70
Maximum speed: 14 knots