SASHA a Lurssen Superyacht
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Measuring impressive 85 meters in length over all, the voluminous motor yacht SASHA (project name) is a breath-taking vessel, built by the prestigious German shipyard, LURSSEN. Luxury mega yacht SASHA is believed to feature exterior design by bespoke Espen Oeino. Her launch is expected to take place in 2017. SASHA has many similarities with the 85m Lurssen charter yacht SOLANDGE (pictured below).
|Type/Year:||a Lurssen Superyacht/2017|
|Builder/Designer:||Lurssen Werft, Lurssen, Espen Oeino|
|Locations:||Solomon Islands, Seychelles, Gosport, Split, Napa Valley , Tahiti, Puerto Rico & Spanish Virgin Islands, Dodecanese|
Spanning over five generous decks, luxury superyacht SASHA by LURSSEN is made of steel and aluminium. Her gross tonnage is estimated to be 2,850.
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"People who charter a yacht tend to want as many experiences as they can in a short space of time. It’s essentially a vacation in compressed format, so the yacht needs to collaborate with you in that. You need lots of different places to eat on board, so every day offers something different. The yacht also needs to make getting ashore easy, for meals on the beach and excursions, so it feels like you never do the same thing twice." - Espen Øino