1. 145m Project Luminance
145m Project Luminance, built by one of the masters of yacht building, Lurssen Yachts, is set to launch in 2023. Very little is known about this Top 10 superyacht aside from her sheer size and somewhat classic structure. Expected to launch last year, the 145m vessel is rumoured to now be near completion, soon to be seen gracing the worlds seas.
2.122m Project Jag
Standing at an impressive 122m, Project Jag is another Lurssen superyacht due to officially launch this year. Built for a repeat client, Project Jag is the second largest superyacht expected to hit the water in 2023, penned by recognised designer, Nuvolari Lenard.
3. 112m NB 724
The third mammoth superyacht expected to hit the water in 2023 is the mysterious project NB-724. Currently under construction with Vigo-based Freire shipyard, little is known about the monumental build aside from rumours that her design is from Bannenberg & Rowell Design. Her impressive size will result in her earning the title of the largest superyacht to date to be constructed in Spain.
4. 107m Project Icecap
First revealed to the industry last summer, Lurssen's 107m Project Icecap is set to launch in 2023, already appearing to be an extremely capable explorer vessel. Featuring an axe-style bow and grand superstructure which sit forward, Project Icecap's profile is completely unique. Believed to be diesel-electric and equipped with an ice-class hull, the 107m vessel will be a significant addition to the German shipyard's fleet for 2023.
Aside from these monumental launches, 2023 is set to be a busy year for the superyacht industry, with several other iconic builds due for completion. Nobiskrug’s 77m BLACK SHARK, Feadship’s 67m Feadship 823, as well as another Lurssen build, 90m Project 1601, are also amongst those set to launch this year.