Lurssen Unveils 115m Project Enzo

By Jenna Mehdi

This morning, Lurssen unveiled and successfully launched 115m Project Enzo, one of the largest superyachts to launch this year.

Built for a repeat client who previously built an 86m with the German yard, Enzo’s owner was ‘extremely impressed with the build process of his first yacht and wanted to replicate the experience, right down to the same build and design team’ on his second, the yard released in a statement. 

Italian design studio Nuvolari-Lenard was therefore drafted once again to appoint the exterior and interior design of Enzo, with Moran Yacht & Ship managing and supervising the project throughout. Her exterior design draws inspiration from the Ferrari supercar, the La Ferrari, as Dan Lenard confirmed.

Enzo’s inspiration was centred around a healthy, family-focused ethos of life on board. This is reflected in a choice of sports and activities options, from the extra large gym on the skylounge deck to the spacious wellness area on the lower deck. 

‘Enzo’s design language is all about connecting her six decks - both the naval and tech elements with the living space - into one whole,’ says designer Dan Lenard. ‘Her three decks integrated into the high bow guarantee sea-keeping in true ocean conditions, while also allowing her an innovative full-beam owner suite duplex.’

As is obligatory for a Lurssen of her stature, Enzo is fully equipped with state-of-the-art technology and engineering systems. A heat recovery system in the generators provides heating to the pool, reducing electrical power and emissions, while Dynamic Positioning enables electronic anchoring in sensitive and remote areas. This further protects the seabed and allows for safe mooring regardless of the depth of the water.

"Enzo’s design language is all about connecting her six decks - both the naval and tech elements with the living space - into one whole."

Dan Lenard, Designer

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"Enzo’s design language is all about connecting her six decks - both the naval and tech elements with the living space - into one whole."

Dan Lenard, Designer
By Jenna Mehdi
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