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The sailing yacht EOS is Lurssen Yachts vessel launched in 2007. She is one of the largest superyachts around with her 93 metres (305 foot) in length overall.
NOTABLE FEATURES: ~ 200ft masts - the highest allowed to pass underneath bridges around the world ~ Interior by Francois Catroux
|Beam:||13.50 m (44'29'')|
|L.O.A.:||92.92 m (304'86'')|
|Max Speed:||16 knots|
|Engines:||2 x MTU diesel 2,332 hp|
|Locations:||THE MEDITERRANEAN, Directory|
Superyacht EOS accommodates 16 people on board and has approximately 21 professional crew. Lurssen's naval architects were in charge of her design and Bill Langton / Francois Catroux were responsible for her interior styling.
The largest private sailing yacht to date, EOS, retains twin robust MTU diesel engines and can accelerate to a swift maximum limit continuous speed of around 16 knots. The engine of the ship generates 2332 horse power (or eos kilowatts). Her total HP is 4663 and her total Kilowatts are 3480.
EOS can accommodate a maximum of 16 guests in 8 cabins.
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)