Recent superyacht launches have created a real buzz. It is no wonder, as there were some projects highly anticipated for a long time, which have, indeed, become head-turners. The super yachting industry welcomes four newly built superyachts.
Lurssen Project Jupiter
Lurssen Yacht Jupiter Launch of 124m. Photo by H2 Design
Project Jupiter, a new addition to the top 30 largest superyachts in the world, was launched in Germany by bespoke Lurssen yachts. Designed by H2 Design, Project Jupiter has an outstanding dynamic exterior.
Oceanco Project Y715
Oceanco Yacht Y715 Launch of 88.8 m – Exterior – Image by ©Dutch Yachting
Oceanco Y715. Image by ©Dutch Yachting
The 88.5-metre superyacht has been revealed by Oceanco in the Netherlands. Project Y715 was designed by Sam Sorgiovanni and is scheduled to be delivered to her owner in 2017.
Crescent Superyacht 145
Superyacht Crescent 145 Launch
Crescent Custom Yachts launched a 44.20-metre superyacht, Crescent 145. She was built according to Lloyd class standard and designed by Jonathan Quinn Barnett and Jack Sarin.
Claasen Sailing Superyacht Acadia
Claasen Superyacht Acadia. Photo courtesy of Dutchmegayachts
Dutch shipyard Claasen has recently launched a stunning sailing superyacht Acadia. Measuring 27.5 metres, she was designed by Hoek Design and features superb glossy red and white colour hull.