Superyacht Lady Moura in Hamburg, Germany
A familiar site on the French Riviera, the 105-metre superyacht Lady Moura has left the temperate climate of Monaco behind as she traveled north this winter for a refit and maintenance period in Hamburg. Built by Blohm & Voss in 1990, the yacht that ranks in the top 30 largest yachts in the world comprises of a hefty beam of 18,50 metres giving her a total gross tonnage of just over 6,500 GT. Naval architecture for the yacht was done in-house by Blohm & Voss with her exterior and interior designs having been created bythe Italian designer Luigi Sturchio. To date, the interior ofLady Moura remains a closely guarded secret, but is believed to be amongst the most opulentin the world. Here she is seen hauled out onto Blohm + Voss' Dock 10.
In on of the most surprising turn of events in 2016, it was recently announced that fellow German shipyard and the world's largest superyacht builder, Lürssen, will take over the Blohm + Voss facilities. Learn more about the acquisition here.
Photo by Marcus B