After her launch this February in Bremerhaven, Germany, the 140-metre Lloyd Werft superyacht Solaris is currently out for sea trials and was spotted cruising the North Sea.Photo: ScheerThe flagship project was designed by Australian industrial designer, Marc Newson — Solaris is the designer’s debut superyacht project. Solaris features a light grey hull and white superstructure and a signature arch that appears to wrap around her mast and connect both sides of her hull.Photo: ScheerPhoto: ScheerSolaris is equipped with a power management system from ABB and two nine-megawatt Azipods, which are the most powerful of their kind featured on a superyacht.Photo: ScheerPhoto: ScheerWith a total volume of 11,011 GT, Solaris is more than twice the size of Lloyd Werft’s 2010-built, 115-metre and 5,655 GT superyacht Luna.
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