Lürssen Yachts will showcase its latest delivery at the Monaco Yacht Show this year. Project 13800 will be delivered this summer and will have her world debut at the show. The announcement comes after the yacht commenced sea trials in June after being launched on April 29 this year, exactly three years after it was commissioned by the owner.
We are hopeful that the revamped show concept of the Monaco Yacht Show will be a success and that we will have the opportunity to engage with many new build customers. – Michael Breman, Sales director
Project 13800 is a customized engineered yacht at 56 metres. She was designed by Bannenberg & Rowell who gave the yacht her very distinctive lines. The interior features a “fearless use of colours and textures” combined with “museum-quality interior furniture pieces”.
Every centimetre of interior and exterior space usage has to be presented, discussed and agreed with the owners, and this has led to many inspiring discussions. We really look forward to seeing her completed over the coming months, including a spectacular interior. – Dickie Bannenberg, Founder at Bannenberg & Rowell
Lürssen manufactures the largest yachts in the world but is actively targeting projects in the 55 to 75 metre range. Project 13800 is the smallest vessel undertaken by the yard since the launch of Xenia (now Envy) in 1995. The new yacht is a first step in reestablishing the brand as a serious proposition for yachts in that size group as well.