Lürssen Superyacht Conveyor
Last week, with a difference of several days, two megayachts with a length of more than 100 meters were launched from the stocks of the Lürssen shipyard.
Enzo’s first project is an extraordinary custom yacht with a length of 115 meters and a deck width of 18 meters. The future owner already owned the 86-meter Lürssen, so he wanted to build a new larger vessel with the same team of architects and designers. The Nuvolari Lenard team was again invited to work on the project to develop a unique exterior and interior design.
On board Enzo, it was necessary to create a comfortable atmosphere focused on family leisure and a healthy lifestyle. In addition to the innovative Duplex Owner Suite, there will be a variety of sports facilities, including a very large gym in the skylight and a spacious wellness center on the lower deck.
“In Enzo’s design language, all the technical elements and living spaces will sound like one on all six decks,” says Dan Lenard.
Like all Lürssen superyachts, Enzo is equipped with the latest technology and engineering systems. A heat recovery system with generators will be able to heat the pool water, which will help optimize energy consumption and emissions. A dynamic positioning system with digital anchor will ensure safe mooring in remote areas and protect the seabed.
Much less detail is known about the second project, called JAG, but it was also built for a regular customer. Nuvolari Lenard design studio gave JAG very harmonious proportions: with a length of 122 meters and a deck width of 17.8 meters, the yacht maintains sleek and elegant lines. At the same time, the architects were able to achieve increased internal volumes, so as to fully meet the requirements of the owner. The interior of the JAG was designed by Raymond Langton and will highlight the beauty of the exterior and fit the owner’s lifestyle.
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Before the Italian shipyard Baglietto from La Spezia