Moran Yacht & Ship has announced that Lürssen’s 95m Madsummer has been successfully delivered to her owner. According to the Florida-based brokerage house, Madsummer was delivered within budget and a number of months ahead of schedule. The delivery of Madsummer is the second 95m-plus vessel to be delivered under the supervision of Moran Yacht & Ship in the last two weeks. Madsummer will spend her first weeks in the Mediterranean before being debuted at Monaco Yacht Show 2019.
Built for a repeat client, Madsummer’s exterior profile was penned by Harrison Eidsgaard and, according to the yard, boasts harmonious proportions between her 95m LOA and 14m beam. “Wide exterior staircases together with centreline openings provide seamless connections between the generous exterior deck,” comments Peder Eidsgaard. “A fabulous pool and Jacuzzi deck aft is raised three steps and is protected by glass bulwarks that are an integral part of the exterior profile, providing very clear and uncluttered hull surfaces.”
The interior design, designed by Studio Laura Sessa, has been described as contemporary modern. “For this interior design yacht project, I invested inner artistic creativity due to my long relationship with the Owner. I playfully created spaces full of customised details and colours from the sea, emanating harmony and elegance,” comments Laura Sessa. “All decks were designed with a specific focus on comfort but also practicality. The result will be absolutely stunning.”
Madsummer features a 12m swimming pool, large spa and extensive diving facilities. She has helicopter facilities and has been designed for worldwide cruising, further proving that the anecdotal evidence, as well as the MarineTraffic data analysed in The Superyacht Migration Report, that suggests owners are getting more adventurous stands true. Masummer can accommodate up to 20 guests across 10 staterooms.
According to The Superyacht Agency, Masummer is the third superyacht to be delivered by the German superyacht manufacturing behemoth in 2019. At the close of the year Lürssen will have delivered four projects with an average LOA 114m. While the average size of the projects exceeds 100m, it should be noted that Lürssen are eager for potential clients to be aware that they are an option for bespoke build projects in the 55m-plus range, rather than being limited to 100m-plus projects. Indeed, in September 2018, Lürssen signed a 54m project.
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