Lürssen splashes 122m JAG
Lürssen has staged a dramatic slipway launch of the 400ft project JAG designed by Nuvolari Lenard, the owner’s third superyacht by the German shipyard.
Lürssen has revealed photos of the successful launch and unveiling of the 122m project JAG, which entered the water in the traditional fashion – down the slipway. It proved a dramatic occasion for all involved including those on board and workers watching close by.
JAG is the third Lürssen for an experienced repeat client, who’s upgrading from a 96m build. The new build is being supervised by Moran Yacht & Ship, who have a long-standing relationship with the client and have been involved with all three Lürssen superyachts, as has long-time captain Kyle Fultz.
Italian studio Nuvolari Lenard designed the sleek, elegant exterior of JAG, which has an overall length of 122m (400ft) including bow sprit and a beam of 17.8m (58ft), and boasts extraordinary volumes in order to accommodate all the owner’s requirements.
The interior is by UK-based firm Reymond Langton and is “a beautiful, bespoke homage to the owner’s lifestyle when on board his yacht”, according to Lürssen.
German shipyard Lürssen built the 377ft 6in Enzo for a repeat client who again entrusted the services of Italian design studio Nuvolari Lenard.