Lürssen’s Project Jupiter has emerged from the yard’s facility in Bremen, Germany, affording an enticing glimpse of this secretive build which is due for completion in the Spring of 2017. While she has variously had lengths between 120m and 126m attributed to her, reliable sources close to SuperyachtNews confirm (provisionally) that the project measures 123m overall.
The motoryacht’s design work comes from two London-based design studios – the intricate and distinctive exterior lines were penned by H2 Yacht Design, and March & White will complete the interior work. SuperyachtNews will release further information on the project as and when it is confirmed by our sources.
In May this year, the yard saw the back of the largest superyacht ever built by gross tonnage, as the 15,917 gross ton M/Y Dilbar – formerly known as Project Omar – was delivered to her owner. Project Jupiter is the yard’s second launch of the year after the 106m Project Mistral was launched in April and completed her sea trials in August. Project Mistral features the exterior work of the yard’s close affiliate, Espen Øino, and the interior work of Zuretti Interior Designers.
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