All yachts

Ace
Motor yacht
Ace
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
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
Ona
Motor yacht
Ona
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
Martha Ann
Motor yacht
$ 79,000,000
Lurssen | 70.1 m | 2008
Bella Vita
Motor yacht
Lurssen | 75 m | 2009
Octopus
Motor yacht
Lurssen | 126.2 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
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 m | 2008
Valerie
Motor yacht
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
Lurssen | 104 m | 2016
Marlin Delrey V
Sailing yacht
Lurssen | 40.45 m | 1993
Aurora
Motor yacht
Lurssen | 74 m | 2017
Thunder
Motor yacht
Lurssen | 135 m | 2018
Areti
Motor yacht
€ 175,000,000
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 | 112 m | 2018
Polaris
Motor yacht
Lurssen | 50.99 m | 1956
SHU
Motor yacht
SHU
Lurssen | 130 m | 2018
Icecap
Motor yacht
Lurssen | 109 m | 2021
Testarossa
Motor yacht
Lurssen | 116 m | 2022

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

Coral Ocean
Motor yacht
€ 31,950,000
Lurssen | 73 m | 1994
Martha Ann
Motor yacht
$ 79,000,000
Lurssen | 70.1 m | 2008
Areti
Motor yacht
€ 175,000,000
Lurssen | 85.3 m | 2017

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
Lady Kathryn V
Motor yacht
Lurssen | 61 m | 2010
Solandge
Motor yacht
Lurssen | 85.1 m | 2013
Titania
Motor yacht
Lurssen | 73 m | 2006

Latest News

Check the new video of the 50-meter superyacht Latona by CRN
With her 50 meters in length, 9.20 meters beam, five big decks, the Latona stands out for her perfect balance between the sleek lines of the hull, the streamlined bow, the spacious interior and exterior volumes, and the refined turquoise shade of the hull. The Liberty style and the precious details, due to a long-standing craftsmanship, result in a harmonious ensemble pervading all decks thanks to soft and sinuous lines, constant style which unites all areas of the yacht. The design solutions implemented by CRN make possible to fully enjoy the navigation experience, thanks to a balcony that can be enjoyed even when cruising and a terrace that can be opened when the boat is at anchor. The float-in garage allows the entry into the water of the tender without the use of a crane and transforming a purely technical environment into an open air living area integrated into the beach club.<iframe width="1252" height="704" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/ygsrsCiXXFs" frameborder="0" allow="autoplay; encrypted-media" allowfullscreen></iframe>
Sensational 93-metre Feadship unveiled for first time
Representing one of the largest yachts ever built by Feadship, this 93-metre masterpiece was towed this morning from the construction hall of the Feadship yard in Kaag. Further commissioning work will continue in the months ahead including the addition of balconies and wing stations. The yacht will remain covered over the winter, to be seen in all her splendid glory next spring.With a generous beam of 14.10-metres this groundbreaking Feadship will set a new standard in luxury. Working hand in hand with the experienced owners, Michael Leach Design has drawn an elegant and timeless exterior with breathtaking lines. Reymond Langton’s stunning interior is akin to a “beautiful and contemporary jewelry box”.Five years in the making, the owners with the help of Burgess assembled a world class build team. Scouring the globe for the finest and rarest materials she promises to redefine the boundaries of luxury yacht construction. One of a kind features include a two-deck IMAX theater, a fully certified helipad with Jet A fuel, four VIP cabins each with 8k TVs, and facilities that cater to a wide range of sports including golf, basketball, volleyball and soccer among many others.The Owners were present at the launch and commented, “We want to thank Jan-Bart Verkuyl and everyone at Feadship for taking us on an amazing journey.”
Seataci - this futuristic superyacht concept throws us back into 2016
The ConceptThe Seataci is yacht concept that uses a biomimetic propulsion system resembling the movement of whale’s tail. Its main hull would be lowered underwater, providing passengers with an excellent underwater view of the coral reefs and marine life. It features a dozen villas and two landing pads specially designed for personal flying drones.Origin of the ideaThe idea for the Seataci first came to me while my wife and I were visiting the St. Regis resort in Bora-Bora. We were scuba diving one of the channels, and I started thinking about a new type of cruise ship concept capable of navigating in shallow waters by using an eco-friendly propulsion system. First I had in mind a commercial type of vessel, but it could probably first be developed as an experimental / scientific yacht that would bring together scientists and their benefactors.How it worksThe Seataci would be capable of submerging itself by using a water ballast system to sink its main hull. Two side pods would be used to stabilise the ship, and they would be linked with a hydraulic system that would also double as a dynamic suspension. The ship’s crew and passengers would be able to travel to those pods at any time during the cruise, and passengers could use them as galleries to get a different viewpoint from the ship.The ship’s engines would be housed in each pod. A biomimetic propulsion system similar to the Iruka concept would be designed to propel the Seataci. This system is basically an oscillating foil that pushes the water like the tail of a whale. It might prove more efficient than propellers, would probably generate less noise under water, and it would allow the ship to sail in shallower waters without breaking its propellers or rudders.Each pods would feature enclosed water propeller that would siphon water from side intake grills and push it forward when the vehicle needs to back up, like reverse bow thrusters. Another option would be to integrate a pivot around the pods vertical axis to reverse the ship’s course.As you can see, the boat’s actual hull occupies a lot of volume, so it will be hard to sink.This is our first iteration, only meant to depict the idea. Future version of the Seataci should take into account weight, volume of water displaced, type of material, ballasts size etc. They would look different, but would propose the same features.The lower tail section of the main hull would feature an impressive under water experience for the passengers, with large panoramic windows located on each side of the ship. Some of the ship’s suite could be located in that lower section for the view and for the minimal roll. A dining hall or an observatory lounge could also be installed there. On the main deck, a tropical garden would surround a pool next to landing pads for personal drone. The drones could be used by customers to fly to the shore or visit small ‘motu’ or ‘atolls’ nearby.What It’s Used ForThe Seataci is first and foremost a luxury yacht, but it could also be built and sold as a small scientific or commercial excursion ship. It would be interesting to use it to explore channels or islands located in shallow waters and witness the fascinating underwater life during each cruise. When personal drones become widely available and safe, the Seataci could serve as a landing platform to explore inhabited islands without using boats.Integrating new technologies like the oscillating foil is probably a big risk; however it could provide a good payoff if this technology proves to be more sustainable than what is currently being used.The DesignerI would like to thank Martin Rico, who created the images of the Seataci concept. Martin lives near Buenos Aires, Argentina. He studied Design at the University of Buenos Aires and now works as a Freelance Industrial Designer. Martin also created the images of the Mercuri personal jet and the Sandofi urban cart for the homeless.
The grand opening of Ferretti Group Shanghai showroom
The group strengthens its presence in the Asian market. Ferretti Group announced the grand opening of its new marvelous showroom in Shanghai at the Bellagio Hotel. This new opening confirms the strategy of international growth of Ferretti Group, and its goal to increase visibility in the Asia-Pacific market.Ferretti Group brand new showroom is located in the shopping section on the first floor of Bellagio Shanghai. It perfectly mirrors the elegant taste, the international excellence and Italian aesthetics of the Group. At this showroom, visitors will see the impressive scale models of the latest yacht models presented from the Group’s portfolio of legendary brands, such as Riva 110’ Dolcevita debuted last month during Cannes Yachting Festival, Pershing 140 to be debuted in year 2019, and 74M mega yacht Cloud 9 from CRN brand which was delivered to her owner last year. These new projects are benchmarks of cutting-edge design and technology innovation in the global nautical world. Showroom visitors can also learn about the history and heritage of all seven brands from the interactive touchscreen totem.“The new grand opening confirms, once again, Ferretti Group’s commitment to further expand in continental China, next to positioning all brands in a selective market, that is definitely strategic in the luxury field” comments Stefano De Vivo, CCO of Ferretti Group.The grand opening saw the participation of distinguished guests such as Mr. Bartolomeo Lamonarca, the Italian Consul Shanghai, Mr. Alain Tsui, the General Manager of Bellagio Shanghai, general managers of yacht clubs from East China, publishers of China’s top lifestyle magazine, partners of Ferretti Group from various sectors in the luxury industry, and successful entrepreneurs and boat owners. Mr. Alessandro Tirelli, Sales Director of Ferretti Group Asia Pacific shared the Ferretti Group’s latest achievements, new fleet, and new vision for the Chinese market, as well as exciting news from the September Cannes Yachting Festival and Monaco Yacht Show.
No fuel needed for this solar superyacht
At sea, your gaze and your imagination have no limits. You keep on feeling the vastness of the sea and experience a completely new feeling of exploring or rediscovering the true meaning of life. This ship takes you to a new level of emotionality - right where the sea meets the sky. The Solar Impact is a yacht for people who want to travel further, without sacrificing comfort, elegance and state-of-the-art technology, and for whom the destination is the actual experience of the journey itself. The Flybridge is a welcoming outdoor space. The view is fantastic and as you watch the sea, all your wishes can come true."SolarImpact is synonymous with state-of-the-art in shipbuilding when it comes to fluid mechanics, highly efficient energy technologies, and sustainability. Our yacht concept avoids noise and CO2 emissions and is therefore an important step towards electric mobility in the maritime sector." - comments Werner Vögeli, CEO of SolarImpact Yacht AG.<iframe width="1260" height="709" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/wP3Ye1ee70c" frameborder="0" allow="autoplay; encrypted-media" allowfullscreen></iframe>This new yacht is a game-changer, not just in terms of its solar propulsion and design. Two aspects that have prevented a pleasant stay on board in the past have also been addressed: rough seas and high noise levels. The innovative solar yacht glides almost silently and without swaying - even over waves several metres high. The hull technology is based on the SWATH (Small Waterplane Area Twin Hull) construction principle.This achieves a physical shaft decoupling that reduces the rolling and heeling of the yacht by up to 90 percent. the hull lies calmly in the water even in strong swells, putting an end to the annoying swaying motion of the boat. But SolarImpact has recognised that the principle offers yet another invaluable advantage: it significantly reduces energy consumption. All systems on board can use the sun as their primary energy source. The yacht‘s solar drive is not only environmentally friendly, but also extremely quiet.Not only is the solar yacht almost self-sufficient in terms of energy, but with a top speed of over 20 knots it is also exceptionally fast. This is due to the technical components used, which collectively ensure the yacht‘s high overall efficiency and are optimally controlled using artificial intelligence (AI). All key systems are highly automated, so that a single person can even manoeuvre the yacht."However, the technology is not in the foreground: our customers can expect a product that sets new standards in terms of user-friendliness, comfort and convenience, and individual freedom. For instance, our yacht also caters to people’s increasing desire to move their centre of life permanently onto the water. The yacht concept we‘re presenting takes an important step towards maritime e-mobility by avoiding noise and CO2 emissions. We also see this as a special incentive for investors, who not only invest in a promising emerging technology, but also, by purchasing the yacht, pay into an environmental fund that serves to preserve and rebuild the environment for the future." -comments Werner Vögeli, CEO of SolarImpact Yacht AG.The interiors of the Solaryacht were designed for long stays on board with luxurious living areas and spacious cabins. It is especially dedicated to people who know comfort on long journeys and love sophisticated aesthetics. That excellent balance of shapes and the elegance of design make the SolarImpact Yacht an exceptional residence with a view of the sea. On deck you enjoy your own oasis to the sun and an environment where you can relax and unwind in complete peace. The SolarImpact is a yacht for cruisers who want to travel further without sacrificing comfort, elegance and the latest technology, whose goal is the actual experience of the journey itself. The large windows offer unparalleled views and incredible brightness in every area. The interiors are designed to pamper owner and guests with maximum comfort. Light flows into the large open living room, which combines modern taste with a warm and cosy style. After an day out at sea, the skipper's suite and the guest cabins offer a maximum of comfort and a pleasant peace and quiet. The interior presents only one variant. The equipment is adapted according to the customer's wishes. You can glide the yacht anywhere - without a single drop of fuel! Thanks to absolutely free solar energy, the SolarImpact Yacht has an unlimited range. Just enjoy the quiet and solar-powered journey.The SolarImpact Yacht is a ship with an exceptional feeling of airiness, wide and spacious corridors and a special crew area that promises passengers maximum privacy. It also offers technical extras for further travel and unique comfort for journeys to the horizon and beyond. The flybridge is an inviting open-air living room where you can spend hours in the sun.and spend it in the light. The view is fantastic and while you are watching the sea, all your dreams can come true.To ensure the perfect functioning of all systems, the required energy quantity of the solar system should be up to 500 kilowatt hours per day. How much energy can the solar system generate? This depends primarily on the geographical location of your yacht and the current weather conditions. The number of daylight hours and the intensity of sunlight are the most important factors. However, the solar system could produce more than enough energy in the world's most popular sailing areas. The yacht is equipped with a real-time energy monitoring system so that the owner can monitor and make optimum use of energy consumption at all times. Under optimal environmental conditions, the solar system generates up to 320 kWh of electricity (32KW/h peak => 10h), which charges the energy store or drives the yacht.