RONIN a Lurssen Superyacht
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Originally launched by the leading German yard Lurssen in 1993, superyacht Ronin (ex Izanami) is a luxurious 59-metre planing vessel, with last refit carried out by Lurssen in 2013. Motor yacht Ronin features naval architecture by Gerhard Gilgenast, while she is entirely designed by Foster and Partners.
|a Lurssen Superyacht/1993
|2xMTU 16V 595 TE90 diesel
|Lurssen, Gerhard Gilgenast, Foster and Partners
Lurssen yacht Ronin boasts comfortable and spacious accommodation for 10 guests in total. They are looked after by a friendly and dedicated crew of 14 professionals.
All-aluminium superyacht Ronin (ex Izanami) can reach an impressive top speed of 30 knots and a cruising speed of 18 knots. She is run by twin MTU 16V 595 TE90 diesels. Her beam is of 9m (29'53'') and her maximum draft is of 2,50m (8'20'').
Accommodation aboard Ronin yacht is offered to up to 10 guests and a professional crew of 14 members.
Amenities and Extras
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"I once had a client who told me, “I will put your name on the side of my boat if it’s good, but if the boat is not good, your name will appear three times as big.” We were brought up with the sense that it is a very personal obligation for the family when we sign a contract to deliver a yacht that the client expects. I cannot go to a client and say “One of my guys made a mistake.” He would say “Is he Mr. Lürssen, or are you Mr. Lürssen?” But a successful delivery is also a great reward. I take the relationships of my clients very personally." - Peter Lürssen of Lürssen Yachts (courtesy SuperYachtTimes)