All yachts

Ace
Motor yacht
Ace
€ 145,000,000
Lurssen | 87 m | 2012
Al Said
Motor yacht
Lurssen | 155 m | 2008
Al Salamah
Motor yacht
Lurssen | 139.29 m | 1999
Allahou
Motor yacht
Lurssen | 32.8 m | 1965
Caipirinha
Motor yacht
Lurssen | 60 m | 2009
Avanti
Motor yacht
Lurssen | 60.97 m | 2004
Azzam
Motor yacht
Lurssen | 180 m | 2013
Be Mine
Motor yacht
Lurssen | 40.35 m | 1991
Tatyana
Motor yacht
€ 3,950,000
Lurssen | 40.9 m | 1995
Capri I
Motor yacht
Lurssen | 58.6 m | 2003
Carinthia VII
Motor yacht
Lurssen | 97.2 m | 2002
Coral Ocean
Motor yacht
€ 31,950,000
Lurssen | 73 m | 1994
Raya
Motor yacht
Lurssen | 110 m | 2008
El Chris
Motor yacht
Lurssen | 49 m | 1960
EOS
Motor yacht
EOS
Lurssen | 92.92 m | 2006
Elysian
Motor yacht
Lurssen | 66 m | 2014
Global
Motor yacht
Lurssen | 74 m | 2007
Hermitage
Motor yacht
Lurssen | 68.15 m | 2011
Ice
Motor yacht
Ice
Lurssen | 90.1 m | 2005
Katara
Motor yacht
Lurssen | 124.4 m | 2010
Kismet
Motor yacht
Lurssen | 95.2 m | 2014
Podium
Motor yacht
Lurssen | 60 m | 2006
Limitless
Motor yacht
Lurssen | 96.25 m | 1997
Horizons III
Motor yacht
Lurssen | 70.1 m | 2008
Bella Vita
Motor yacht
Lurssen | 75 m | 2009
Octopus
Motor yacht
€ 295,000,000
Lurssen | 126.19 m | 2003
Ontario
Motor yacht
Lurssen | 46.3 m | 1992
Pacific
Motor yacht
Lurssen | 85.2 m | 2010
Pelorus
Motor yacht
Lurssen | 115 m | 2003
Phoenix 2
Motor yacht
Lurssen | 90.02 m | 2010
Lady Kathryn V
Motor yacht
Lurssen | 61 m | 2010
Polar Star
Motor yacht
Lurssen | 63.4 m | 2005
Quantum Blue
Motor yacht
Lurssen | 104 m | 2014
Quattroelle
Motor yacht
Lurssen | 88 m | 2012
Queen K
Motor yacht
Lurssen | 73 m | 2004
Radiant
Motor yacht
Lurssen | 110 m | 2010
Rising Sun
Motor yacht
Lurssen | 138 m | 2004
Ronin
Motor yacht
Lurssen | 58.5 m | 1993
Saint Nicolas
Motor yacht
Lurssen | 70.2 m | 2007
Sea Star
Motor yacht
Lurssen | 44.8 m | 1963
Shergar
Motor yacht
Lurssen | 46.6 m | 1983
Skat
Motor yacht
Lurssen | 70.7 m | 2002
Solandge
Motor yacht
Lurssen | 85.1 m | 2013
Huntress
Motor yacht
€ 49,000,000
Lurssen | 60 m | 2010
The One
Motor yacht
Lurssen | 71 m | 1973
Titania
Motor yacht
Lurssen | 73 m | 2006
Topaz
Motor yacht
Lurssen | 147.25 m | 2012
Rocinante
Motor yacht
Lurssen | 78.5 m | 2008
Valerie
Motor yacht
€ 150,000,000
Lurssen | 85.1 m | 2011
Vive La Vie
Motor yacht
Lurssen | 59.4 m | 2008
Oasis
Motor yacht
Lurssen | 59.4 m | 2006
Dilbar
Motor yacht
Lurssen | 156 m | 2016
Lady Lara
Motor yacht
Lurssen | 91 m | 2015
Golden Odyssey
Motor yacht
Lurssen | 123 m | 2015
Amadea
Motor yacht
Price on request
Lurssen | 106.5 m | 2016
Marlin Delrey V
Sailing yacht
Lurssen | 40.45 m | 1993
Aurora
Motor yacht
Lurssen | 74 m | 2017
Amatasia
Motor yacht
Lurssen | 85.3 m | 2017
Al Lusail
Motor yacht
Lurssen | 123 m | 2017
Kuzey T
Motor yacht
Lurssen | 47.5 m | 1964
Seastar
Motor yacht
Lurssen | 44.8 m | 1963
Redwood
Motor yacht
Lurssen | 139 m | 2019
TIS
Motor yacht
TIS
Lurssen | 111.5 m | 2019
Polaris
Motor yacht
Lurssen | 50.99 m | 1956
Flying Fox
Motor yacht
Lurssen | 136 m | 2018
Icecap
Motor yacht
Lurssen | 109 m | 2021
Crescent
Motor yacht
Lurssen | 135.5 m | 2018
Testarossa
Motor yacht
Lurssen | 116 m | 2022
Madsummer
Motor yacht
Lurssen | 95 m | 2019

About Lurssen

Lurssen
Germany
+49 4216604166
Lurssen is one of the world's leading shipyards. Operated by the Lurssen family for four generations, the company originated over 140 years ago. The yacht manufacturer is based in Germany, with headquarters in Bremen-Vegesack and five further yards in northern Germany. Collaborating with some of the world's most famous yacht designers, Lurssen builds superyachts and naval ships of the highest quality for demanding customers all over the world.

Friedrich Lurssen started the company in 1875 at the age of 24. He initially wanted to join his father's boatyard but his father encouraged Friedrich to set up on his own as it would be challenging for one company to feed two families.

Within 11 years he built the very first motor boat, Rems, with Gottlieb Daimler and Wilhelm Maybach in 1886. Named after a tributary of the river Neckar in Germany, the boat was powered by an 1,5 PS gasoline engine.

Otto Lurssen, the son of Friedrich Lurssen, evolved the Lurssen Werft further to an innovative manufacturer of racing boats like the Daimler II (reached a top speed of 35 knots on the Weser), Maybach-Donnerwetter (35 knots) or the Saurer-Lurssen from 1911 that reached a maximum speed of 32 knots. The Saurer-Lurssen won the "Grand Prix de Monte Carlo" off the coast of Monaco.

Friedrich Lurssen (who manages the yard in the 4th generation together with Peter Lurssen) says: "The history of the shipyard is still closely linked to our own family history and that of many of our staff. The family and staff's genuine identification with the shipyard business and an informal company structure with tight employee loyalty have always been supporting pillars of our success. In addition to technical expertise and practical skills, high levels of flexibility and strength of innovation among our workforce have been the decisive drivers of growth in our shipyard business as a specialty supplier of high-technology ship construction since the beginning."

Gert and Fritz-Otto, the third generation of Lurssen family members, became involved in the late 1930s and remained in place after the war years. That period saw the shipyard continue producing powerboats for private clients and the German navy alike. The naval craft included patrol boats, anti-mine vessels, frigates, and corvettes. They remain important contracts for Lurssen.

Many people think of megayachts as thoroughly modern marvels, but the 55m Pegasus II (now Platinum), for example, was delivered in 1962. This side of business has grown tremendously under the guidance of Friedrich and Peter Lurssen, who took over in the late 1980's. Presently 25 of the 100 largest yachts were built by Lurssen. Azzam, the third year running largest yacht of the world, was also constructed by the shipyard. She took over Abramovich's Eclipse in 2013. Lurssen is also responsible for the year's most secretive and largest vessel-the 156m Project Omar, reportedly built for the Russian billionaire Alisher Usmanov. As for the other megayachts, their names are well-known: Al Said, Topaz, Al Salamah, Rising Sun, Octopus, Golden Odyssey (formerly known as project Tatiana), Katara...

According to a source close to the story, an 88m project at Lurssen would cost close to 130 million euro depending on interior design. Quatroelle was reportedly sold to a new owner under a year after its delivery at a profit which shows just how popular and desired the Lurssen Yachts have become.

As much as the yachts gain fame for their LOAs, it's important to focus on the people who have made them possible. Lurssen employs more than 1,000 people just at its Bremen facility. Over the years with their help, Lurssen has launched more than 13,000 yachts and ships.

Peter Lurssen, CEO of Lurssen Yachts, said: "As a family company it makes us proud and happy to be able to look back, in a turbulent industry, on 140 years of successful shipbuilding history on the River Weser. At the same time, our company anniversary motivates us as a family business to continue manufacturing unique ships for the global market together with our employees and to successfully live up to our great-grandfather's motto to impress through performance and quality."

Yachts for sale

Ace
Motor yacht
Ace
€ 145,000,000
Lurssen | 87 m | 2012
Tatyana
Motor yacht
€ 3,950,000
Lurssen | 40.9 m | 1995
Coral Ocean
Motor yacht
€ 31,950,000
Lurssen | 73 m | 1994
Octopus
Motor yacht
€ 295,000,000
Lurssen | 126.19 m | 2003
Huntress
Motor yacht
€ 49,000,000
Lurssen | 60 m | 2010
Valerie
Motor yacht
€ 150,000,000
Lurssen | 85.1 m | 2011
Amadea
Motor yacht
Price on request
Lurssen | 106.5 m | 2016

Yachts for charter

Coral Ocean
Motor yacht
€ 31,950,000
Lurssen | 73 m | 1994
Kismet
Motor yacht
Lurssen | 95.2 m | 2014
Bella Vita
Motor yacht
Lurssen | 75 m | 2009
Phoenix 2
Motor yacht
Lurssen | 90.02 m | 2010
Lady Kathryn V
Motor yacht
Lurssen | 61 m | 2010
Sea Star
Motor yacht
Lurssen | 44.8 m | 1963
Solandge
Motor yacht
Lurssen | 85.1 m | 2013
Titania
Motor yacht
Lurssen | 73 m | 2006
Madsummer
Motor yacht
Lurssen | 95 m | 2019

Latest News

Welcome aboard 105m superyacht Lady Moura
At her launch in 1990, Lady Moura was the most expensive and innovative yacht in the world. As a private yacht built by Blohm & Voss, with a length 105m, she was extremely outstanding.In an era when only clients of Royal status were able to possess such luxury, Lady Moura was registered as the ninth largest yacht ever built. She definitely set a new standard in yachting 30 years ago.Built to be a private residence, the yacht has been cloaked in mystery to the outside world for three decades. But now the yacht is for sale for the first time by her original owner, and we finally have a chance to have a look inside.Most of the interior is still original.An army of the crew who knows every corner of the boat helps to keep the youth and beauty of the boat.“The average time crew have been on board is 18 years: the chief housekeeper has been here for 25 years; the bosun 28 years; the chief engineer came on board the first time in 1993; the captain has been here for 17 years. A lot of people have spent more time on this boat than at home over the last 20 years,” says relief captain Sebastian Rauber.Lady Moura has never been chartered, she hasn’t even moved much. “Cruising – we didn’t do too much,” says Captain Matthias Bosse.26 guests can be accommodated across seven decks of which one is a dedicated owner's deck which includes six staterooms. The interior covers Lady Moura's lounges and reval dining rooms with luxury, yet functional furnishings.Up to 72 crew members are available for any requests, furthermore, guests can make use of the amenities, such as the helipad, a gym, movie theatre and a disco with DJ room. Top top it off the recreational deck feature a spa with sauna and an indoor pool.The beach club is easily accessible from the ocean via six gangways and two entrances for use by one of the superyacht's tenders.There are 5 spacious cabins for children held in lighter colors. During recent updates, the generator and engines have been rebuild, as well as new team decks, refurbished crew, and technical spaces. Due to an advanced remote monitoring system that allows for condition-based maintenance and real-time troubleshooting, she is in excellent condition.
74m CRN Motor Yacht Odyssey II sold and renamed Lady Jorgia
Fraser introduced the buyer of the 74m CRN motor yacht Odyssey II, which was jointly listed by Burgess and Fraser. After getting a new owner, the yacht has been renamed to Lady Jorgia.The Yacht is built from a steel hull and has an aluminum superstructure to Lloyd's Registry standards and is MCA compliant. It got delivered to her owner in 2017.Offering guests every luxury imaginable, including a spa with hair salon, indoor and outdoor cinemas, and a gym, Lady Jorgia represents onboard all dreams coming true.Lady Jorgia offers accommodation for 12 guests in 8 rooms, consisting of one master suite, 1 VIP stateroom, 4 double cabins and 2 double/twin cabins. Additionally, 22 crew members fit on it, making sure no request will be unfulfilled. Elegant and stylish interior and furnishings create a timeless and elegant atmosphere.Odyssey II was priced at €84,000,000 at the time of sale.
First Princess X95 started sea trials in Plymouth
The X95 represents the third project of the partnership between Princess, Olesinski, and Pininfarina. Challenged with setting a new standard of layout excellence, which is defined by large, adaptable spaces that can be used differently, it offers a new level of the boating lifestyle.The British shipyard has revealed the 29.11m superyacht in 2018. A luxurious modern interior accommodates up to 8 guests and a crew of 4 people is also housed on board.Princess X95 is built for a life at sea, and focused on the comfort, so life on it is unlike that on any other boat its size. The layout of the yacht provides 10% more outdoor space and 40% more indoor space than a traditional motor yacht.Characterized by beautifully sculpted surfaces and long flowing lines, the X95 defines a striking design language for her class.Additional port and starboard guest cabins can each be configured with two single beds or one double bed, whilst generous crew quarters complete her extensive accommodation.The first Princess X95 has taken to the water in Plymouth and started sea trials.
 Lürssen delivers 140m Project Lightning
Lürssen, one of the of the world's leading shipyards, has delivered a 140m yacht, named Project Lightning, yesterday morning.The project was known as one of the most secretive yachts in recent years and therefore, even the length was unknown until its delivery. The best guesstimate from yacht spotters is that the megayacht measures at least 130 m.With a code name like this and such length, this megayacht had plenty of people in anxious anticipation. So what do we know about Project Lightning so far?The first time Project Lightning hit the waters was in July 2019. The yacht was spotted for the first time in December 2017, when it moved into the build Hall, to replace the then in-build Flying Fox.While there are not a lot of details known, Project Lightning's two helipads were displayed as well as her layout look to host a large superyacht beach club. However, no designers, architects, or timeline has been disclosed.With its completion Project Lightning will be among the top 20 largest superyachts worldwide.
Lucky Lady in Sardinia
Lucky Lady (ex. Lady Lola) is a large motor yacht built by Oceanco in 2002. The 62.60-m motor yacht offers accommodation for up to 10 guests and 14 crew members on board. Instantly recognizable, the superyacht represents innovative technology capabilities of Oceanco. Lucky Lady features a richly elegant interior courtesy of Francois Zuretti and a striking exterior profile styled by The A Group.Her feathers include a huge pool, a retractable golf tee that appears at the touch of a button, a large swimming platform, and a helicopter deck. The main achievement of the exterior, however, is the luxurious beach club at the stern.Lucky Lady cruises the Mediterranean, and she is seen in the waters of Sardinia on the picture.