Launched in February 2022, Project Blue is Lurssen's latest secretive yacht project. With little revealed about her specifications and designers, her expansive size was confirmed by the German shipyard following her launch: an incredible 160m. Project Blue will be Lurssen's second-largest superyacht, and is due to be delivered in 2023. She was recently spotted in Bremerhaven, Germany, making her way out to sea for her maiden sea trial. She is expected to have a beam of 21m, and a gross tonnage of 15,320 GT. Her other specifications are currently unknown.
Very little is known about Lurssen's mysterious superyacht OPERA. At 146m, the superyacht will be the sixth largest yacht Lurssen has built at the time of her launch in September 2022. OPERA was first spotted in May 2021 when she transported to the yard's Bremen outfitting facilities in Germany.
Y721 is a highly anticipated project in-build at the esteemed yard of the Dutch shipbuilders Oceanco. At 127m, Y721 is not only set to rank highly in the world’s Top 100 largest mega yachts, but in the Top 10 of the world’s largest sailing yachts also.
Joining the elite fleet of less than 60 motor yachts longer than 100m Y719 will wow up to 24 guests with her gorgeous design thanks to a collaboration with Norwegian legend Espen Øino. Due in 2022 the Dutch-built model will be able to ride the waves at a cool 18.0kn.
Featuring Sinot exterior design and Lateral naval architecture, Y720 is expected to appear as a marvel of stylistic prowess and engineering. She is set to feature an ‘astonishing’ amount of glass around the deckhouses on the main, bridge, and upper decks, affording guests fantastic panoramic views as well as a technologically advanced propulsion system by Lateral.