New Lürssen to premiere at Monaco
The German shipyard’s new Project 13800 will be delivered later this summer before her world premiere at the Monaco Yacht Show.
The 55.5m Project 13800 is a small build for Lürssen; Photos: Klaus Jordan
The world premiere of the 55.5m Project 13800 built by Lürssen will be held at this year’s Monaco Yacht Show (September 22-25), following the yacht’s delivery later this summer.
Michael Breman, Lürssen’s Sales Director, said: “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.”
Bannenberg & Rowell designed the exterior and interior
Bannenberg & Rowell designed both the exterior and the interior of the 182-footer, which has a beam of 10.2m (33ft 5in) and is reportedly the smallest yacht built by Lurssen for over two decades.
Lürssen is renowned for manufacturing many of the world’s largest yachts but is now actively targeting projects in the 55-75m www.lurssen.com
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