The secretive 92.5-metre Royal Romance was launched by Feadship late last year.
The striking lines of Royal Romance were seen on the water last week on her way to Monaco, after hitting the water in October 2014.
This superyacht did not get the coverage one might expect because she was in the shadow of her very prominent sister, the 101.5-metre Symphony, the largest yacht ever launched by the Dutch yard. After Symphony’s nerve-wracking journey through the canals, Royal Romance managed to slip under the radar, almost unnoticed.
Royal Romance is by no means diminutive, however. With a length of 92.5 metres and coming in at around 2,900 gross tonnes, there is plenty of room for her 14 guests and 22 crew. A good reference for size is to spot the dolphins playing in the shadow of her bow in the picture above!
The exterior styling was done in-house by De Voogt Naval Architects, with Seymour Diamond in charge of the interiors.
Notable features include a 12-metre pool, from which a waterfall cascades. Royal Romance has a steel hull with aluminium superstructure and is built to MCA and Lloyd’s Registry standards.
Photo credit: Giovanni Romero / TheYachtPhoto.com