FLAG is a 62.3m (204.4ft) yacht delivered by the renowned Dutch shipyard Feadship, Royal Van Lent in 2000, with exterior design and engineering by De Voogt. Originally built to a Winch Design her interiors were dramatically restyled by Chahan Interior Design and RWD.
Always meticulously maintained by her four highly experienced owners, she underwent her last major refit in 2012 and was subsequently awarded Best Refitted Yacht at the World Superyacht Awards 2013. Currently the yacht operates commercially as a very successful charter vessel but she is equally well suited to private use.
An elevator serves all guest decks for multi-generational use and access. The yacht’s expansive sun deck has a large pool surrounded by sunpads forward, a chef station with BBQ and pizza oven, open air dining and a sun lounge aft. There is more al fresco dining and lounges on the upper deck aft and a large lounge on the main deck aft. Guests will also find a well-equipped gym on the bridge deck.
Her elegant interior is restful and welcoming with an abundance of natural light through large picture windows in both the main and bridge deck lounges. The owner's suite on the main deck is full beam with large picture windows, separate his and hers bathrooms, walk in wardrobe, private study, a lounge area to port and armchairs to starboard.
The remaining six guest double cabins on the lower deck are all spacious and well designed with en suite bathroom facilities. With four additional berths on the lower deck, this yacht can comfortably sleep up to 18 guests in total.
Two 2,000hp Caterpillar diesel engines give her a top speed of 16 knots and she has a transoceanic range of 6,800nm at 12 knots. Zero speed stabilisers ensure total comfort while at anchor.