100m+ Lurssen Project Seen for First Time
A new and unknown Lurssen superyacht project has been spotted for the first time. Seen leaving the construction shed at Lurssen's new-build facilities in Bremen, Germany, the superyacht is now due to be assembled.
Suspected to be 100m+ in length, Lurssen’s latest new build project has once again been kept tightly under wraps by the German yard.
Images reveal the large bow and stern moving to begin the next stage of the build process, rumoured to be Lurssen's under-construction 100m+ Project Alibaba.
The unknown vessel is currently based at the yard’s Lemwerder new-build facilities in Bremen, which has an impressive area of 127,000 sqm and an alongside pier of over 550m in length. The shipyard claims the Bremen-based facilities to be the perfect home for, ‘where the most ambitious and creative concepts for bespoke luxury megayachts and gigayachts become a reality – including the world’s largest yachts.’
The designers, architects, and specifications of the yacht are yet to be revealed, but images suggest a sleek external profile, spacious foredeck and a generous amount of exterior space.
Following the secretive launch of 160m Project Blue at the start of the year, Lurssen once again proved its incredible ability to build several of the largest yachts in the world.
This new 100m+ project will join the German shipyard’s outstanding fleet, set to lie amongst the other 25 Lurssen builds that are over 100m in length.
With its reputation for building mammoth vessels, we are certainly looking forward to seeing how Lurssen’s newest project evolves.
"We have always had the strategy of trying to serve the whole width of the market; or length in this case!"