Lürssen's 115m Superyacht AHPO For Sale at €330M

By Heather Collier

The 115.1-metre Lürssen superyacht Ahpo has been listed for sale by Kevin Callahan of Moran Yacht & Ship in what is now considered one of the most substantial offers to ever be placed on the brokerage market.

Delivered in 2021, Lürssen's 115.1-metre Ahpo has now entered for the market for the first time. Priced at €330,000,000, she is currently the most expensive superyacht on the market, following her debut at The Monaco Yacht Show last September.

Moran Yacht & Ship managed and supervised the project from the beginning, using its vast experience in the large superyacht build sector to guide this project expertly to delivery. 

Built for a repeat Lürssen client, Ahpo features superior design and engineering paired with unparalleled cruising comfort for the whole family.

Esteemed design studio Nuvolari Lenard were tasked with making the owner’s dreams a reality, impressively achieving this within the unique exterior and luxurious interior designs that AHPO showcases. The Italian design studio was chosen due to their prior accomplishments within the owner’s previous 86m Lürssen vessel. 

Her lower deck features a wellness area with a cinematic backdrop of a large bamboo tree encased in backlit frosted glass. The area also includes an opulent bar on one side, sat adjacent to a relaxing massage room.

The aft deck boasts a large, custom dining table that can host up to 16 guests; centered amongst a winter garden that can remain opened or closed due to stylish set of sliding and folding glass doors.

Ahpo’s upper deck features an 8-metre swimming pool, with a self-contained Jacuzzi on one side of the pool, and large sun pad seating on the other side. Guests will be able to indulge in a designated gym room with a variety of machines and equipment whilst being surrounded by breath-taking views of the water from both sides.

As is typical of a Lürssen new build, AHPO is equipped with state-of-the-art technology and engineering systems. A heat recovery system has been fitted in the generators, while dynamic positioning enables electronic anchoring in remote areas.

Built with a steel hull and aluminium superstructure, Ahpo is powered by twin MTU engines that offer a top speed of 18 knots and a cruising speed of 12 knots.

AHPO remains an excellent example of how Lürssen is seeking to establish more environmentally conscious credentials as standard in its new deliveries.

By Heather Collier
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