Each week we are highlighting one of the bespoke superyachts from the SYT 3D world. This week, we take a closer look at the 95-metre Lürssen superyacht Madsummer. Launched in 2019, Madsummer’s exterior lines were penned by Harrison Eidsgaard and her interior comes from the drawing boards of Studio Laura Sessa.Photo: SuperYacht Times Madsummer accommodates up-to 18 guests across nine staterooms, and hosts a crew of 28. With an interior volume of 3,120 GT, the Lürssen superyacht is packed with plenty of standout features and a close attention to detail, with the owner’s suite complete with a private terrace, a gym, bar and a lower deck spa, which includes a massage room, Hammam and sun shower.Photo: SuperYacht Times The four-deck superyacht includes a 12-metre swimming pool and Jacuzzi to the stern of her main deck. An additional Jacuzzi is found at the fore of her sun deck as well as space to store a Husky seaplane to the aft. At her bow can be found a heli landing pad, with a helicopter hangar located at her aft.
Madsummer also features two tender garages, to the bow and stern, which store an 11-metre limo tender and a 10-metre rib and rescue tender. A complete selection of toys such as a Ski Nautique, five PWC’s, dive equipment and more.
Performance-wise, Madsummer has a range of 6,000 nautical miles while cruising at 12 knots. She sports two MTU 16V 4000 M73 diesel engines.Photo: SuperYacht Times Madsummer is one of three superyachts on the Lürssen island in the SYT 3D world. Be sure to check out her fleetmates, the 95.2-metre Kismet and the 55.5-metre Lürssen 13800, as well as the other features the island offers, here.