The Lürssen brand promises excellence - the Lürssen family delivers it. For five generations and since 1875, we/ve been cultivating the most refinced skills and advances technologies to create trustly outstanding vessels. And because our connection to ship-buildins is as deep rooted and individual as only family bonds can be our, commitment is deepm our approach individual. When company founder Friedericj Lürssen said, " Leadin in quality and performance, rhat should be my company's reputation," he wsa expressing the values we continue to uphold to this day. Lürssen es more than a shipbuilding company. Lürssen es a shipbuilding family.
Last 22nd October, Lürssen, the famous shipyard, proudly delivered the new Azzam superyacht, the largest in the world.
Lurssen Yachts has built many of the world's most impressive vessels, but the Quattroelle stands out as a masterpiece of design and engineering. The owner, who already owned a 60-meter yacht by Lurssen, started the project with exceptional demands. This gave Lurssen Yachts and its partners the kind of challenge that only an expert yachtsman could conceptualize.
Last Thursday 20th June, the shipbuilding company Lürssen announced the successful launching and presentation of Project Niki, which will shortly be named "Solandge". This mega yacht has a length of 85.10 m and a beam of 13.80 m and possesses extraordinary volume. "Solandge" represents the most modern high-end luxury cruising and will be cruising her first season in the Caribbean.
Lürssen's Lady Kathryn V does not have the look of most modern yachts. Her aesthetic doesn't rely on sleek lines and colors that could only exist in paint cans. With most yachts, guests wake up every morning immediately recognizing that they are aboard a large ship. With Lady Kathryn V, they will feel like they've woken up in a mansion or high-profile hotel.
Lürssen, the global leading shipyard for large luxury mega yacht building, is proud to announce the launch of 180m Superyacht AZZAM – the world's largest super yacht.
Solemates, a 200-foot yacht by Glade Johnson Design, embodies the very ethos of sophistication. The contemporary designs used in the interior and exterior spaces manage to maintain a modern sense of aesthetics while simultaneously remaining warm and tranquil.
Careful attention was paid to the types of woods and fabrics used throughout Solemates. Straight grain Anigre, Wenge, and toned Maple burl run throughout the yacht. Most of the rooms have wood floors that allow spaces to flow from area to the next without interruption. This creates a harmonious feeling in the yacht's interior. The designers chose to use natural fabrics whenever possible. These low sheen fabrics have pale tones that expresses their softness before they are even touched. The designers also included a large amount of stainless steel and mirrored glass as architectural accents. This makes the large rooms appear even larger and contributes to the beauty of light coming in through the windows. The light is also affected by artistic glass that decorates many of the rooms.