After construction got underway in 2018 on Lürssen’s smallest superyacht since 1995, the German builder today celebrated the technical launch of its 54-metre motor yacht project 13800 in Rendsburg. Photo: Andreas Jens/TheYachtPhoto.com
On schedule for delivery to her owner in 2021, project 13800 is the smallest vessel undertaken by the yard since the launch of Xenia (now Envy) in 1995 as the ultra-large superyacht builder is actively targeting more projects in the 50 to 60-metre range.Photo: LürssenPhoto: Lürssen
Designed inside and out by Bannenberg & Rowell, the four-deck project 13800 comes packed with family-friendly features and a detailed interior with custom furniture supplied by Pollaro.
Photo: Andreas Jens/TheYachtPhoto.comAlso currently at the yard in Rendsburg is the 87-metre project Hawaii, which was designed the same London-based studio. Launched earlier this year in January, Hawaii is expected to embark on her sea trials soon ahead of delivery later this year.
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