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The 140m/459ft mega yacht SCHEHERAZADE (ex Project Lightning) was launched in 2019 and built at Lurssen shipyard in Germany. She is one of the largest yachts in the world. Her exterior profile was designed by Espen Oeino. With a beam of 23.28m/76.5ft, she features 10,167GT of internal volume with plenty of room to socialise and relax.
NOTABLE FEATURES OF SCHEHERAZADE: ~ Two helipads ~ Jacuzzi ~ Beach club ~ Several dining areas
She was built with a displacement hull and aluminium superstructure.
|More Yacht Info:||yachts with a helipad|
|Builder/Designer:||Lurssen, Espen Oino|
|Locations:||Vancouver, Anguilla, St Tropez, THE CARIBBEAN, Sydney, Red Sea, Cancun, Italian Riviera|
There is no information about the interiors.
As with all Lurssen mega yachts, details on mega yacht SCHEHERAZADE remain scarce.
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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