107m Lürssen superyacht Project Icecap spotted in Germany

The 107-metre Lürssen superyacht Project Icecap has been spotted outside the shipyard in Wolgast. Shackleton yacht sea trialsPhoto: DrDuuIcecap was constructed at the German builder's Peene-Werft shipyard, which belongs to Lürssen's naval division. The project has been kept under tight wraps until July of this year, when she first emerged from the shed. Shackleton yacht sea trialsPhoto: DrDuuProject Icecap is a full-bodied explorer and has been constructed with a steel hull and an aluminium superstructure. She is expected to be equipped with three Wärtsilä engines. Once completed, Project Icecap will be amongst the world’s largest superyachts. Salt Ship Design oversaw both her exterior design and naval architecture, and she’s expected to offer close to 6,000 GT of interior volume. Icecap explorer yacht by LürssenThe owner is being represented throughout the build by Occam Marine. Lürssen currently has 10 other superyachts under construction and expects to deliver Project Icecap next year.