The World’s largest superyacht ECLIPSE measuring 162.5m (533ft) has left the Blohm & Voss yard in Hamburg, Germany around one year after the megayacht was completed according to the Germany Company TV-Newskontor.
The construction of motor yacht ECLIPSE started in 2006 and she underwent sea trials in May 2010 after years of design, development and construction. Due to some delays the megayacht Eclipse has only now left the yard and is reportedly en route to Scandinavia.
The huge steel displacement superyacht ECLIPSE features interior design by the very well know yacht designer Terence Disdale. She was built by the Thyssenkrupp Blohm & Voss shipyard in Hamburg, which is a large industrial giant in Germany.
Yacht Eclipse is able to accommodate her guests in 11 staterooms and suites with 6,000 sq ft of living space and 600 doors. The premiere luxury yacht features incredible technology including heli facilities, two swimming pools, several hot tubs, a disco hall, internal lifts, three launch boats and a mini-submarine. The Blohm & Voss built mega yacht reportedly has intruder detection alarms installed as well as an advanced missile defence system.