After the first section of Llyod Werft’s new 130-metre plus superyacht arrived on site in Bremerhaven in April, the German shipyard once again received another segment of the new build project this week as construction continues on one of the largest yachts in the world. Photo: Christian Eckardt
A new midships section arrived at the shipyard measuring 20 metres in length and eight decks high along with a 15-metre-high mast that will be installed once the final modular sections of the stern are in place later this month. Few details about the project are known in terms of design and project management, but it is expected that the vessel will be ready for launch sometime in 2020. Photo: Christian Eckardt
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