The 74-metre Aurora was delivered to her owner last week in Rendsburg, Germany. Built by Lürssen and with a GT of 2113, she features both an interior and exterior design by Winch Design and was first revealed to the industry earlier this year in March as she emerged from the Lürssen sheds.
She was designed with a large family in mind, and boasts generous interior and exterior spaces. On board she accommodates up to 16 guests over eight staterooms.
Known as Project Gatsby throughout her build, Aurora was sold by Moran Yacht & Ship who subsequently managed her build. Commenting on the project, Moran Yacht & Ship state: “The original contract for this massive ship was signed three years ago and we are pleased to announce that with a superb Winch Design interior and exterior profile, this vessel of complexity and detail was delivered to her overjoyed owner with only one paid change order due to the planning and supervision of the renowned Moran Yacht & Ship new construction team.”
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