German shipyard Lürssen has announced that they will deliver three more yachts at the end of 2014 between October and December; the 66 metre Ester III, the 95 metre Kismet and the 104 metre Quantum Blue.
Ester III (Project Green) has been designed by Espen Oeino, giving the yacht a masculine appearance as specified by the owner. Reymond Langton is responsible for her interiors, with joinery work and loose pieces of furniture made by Silver Lining.
Built for a repeat client as an upgrade from a former 68 metre superyacht also by Lürssen, Kismet (Project Global) is, like Ester III, designed by the renowned designer Espen Oeino. Her interiors are the work of Pascale Reymond. She is characterised by large and numerous external living spaces and will be available for charter through Moran Yacht & Ship, where she will begin her first cruising season in the Caribbean.
The Tim Heywood designed Quantum Blue is an elegant yacht despite her vast volume. Her interiors have been designed by the Alberto Pinto Design office, who has included a mix of rare and striking materials to create a luxurious and unique look. She is a PYC certified yacht and her delivery is expected at the end of the year.
Lürssen will be exhibiting at the upcoming Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, held from October 30th to November 3rd. Their legendary annual party, promises to be once again the talk of the town.
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