October marks the first time Project Jupiter has sailed in the waters of Bremen, in Germany. This mammoth creation was developed by the prestigious shipyard Lürssen Yachts and it measures 123 metres. We are about to disclose all the particularities of Project Jupiter as it will be delivered in Spring of the upcoming year.
In an exclusive collaboration with the German shipyard, H2 Yacht Design was responsible for the exterior whereas March & White designed the interior of the yacht. Its exterior presents a lighter grey-hulled robust surface.
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The Interiors have a very contemporary feel to them, following a timeless style replete with nautical details to the fullest and high-end bespoke finishes. The Interiors resume an eclectic design. On another note, the atrium situated in the centre of the yacht opens up so as to receive natural lighting.
The yacht provides panoramic views due to its arching design and large glass facades.
The German shipyard has been launching a series of projects throughout the years and has a few more to come until 2019, Besides Project Jupiter, many yachting enthusiasts will be mesmerised by Lürssen’s stunning superyachts, just to name a few, they are developing project Thor, project Sansa, and project Thunder.
So enjoy the grandness of project Jupiter, and excitingly await the foreseeable arrival of innovative superyachts from the colossal ship builder, Lürssen.
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