Superyacht Solandge in Bonifacio
When the 85 metre superyacht Solandge moored in the port of Bonifacio on the south coast of Corsica earlier this week, she became the largest vessel to ever do so in the marina’s colourful history. Having upgraded from two previous Lürssen superyachts, 63m Polar Star and 75m Northern Star, the owner took delivery of Solandge in 2013. She is designed by Espen Oeino, with a sophisticated interior by Aileen Rodriguez. She is extremely voluminous, with her beam of 13,80 metres adding up to 2,899GT. An interesting feature on board is her ‘Tree of Life’ light sculpture; a 16 metre high piece of art consisting of more than 1,200 dazzling points of light. Read our full feature on Solandge here.
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