Earlier this year Lurssen delivered Project Shu, the world's 14th largest yacht measuring 136-meter to it's new owner now renamed Flying Fox it has been listed for exclusive charter, here we take a look ...
Able to carry up to 54 crew and 22 guests across it's 11 staterooms, the superyacht boasts two helipads, large sea terraces, wide swim platforms for watersports, a panoramic exterior saloon on the roof deck and a generous 12-metre swimming pool crossways the main deck.
The cabins include a master suite on the upper deck with a private Jacuzzi and 10 well-appointed VIPs, all with their own private terrace and en-suite bathrooms.
On the bridge deck guests can find the main interior area: the large two-floor saloon, wood fireplace, dining table able to seat 22 guests, cinema room with a state-of-the-art surround sound system.
On the lower deck, the spa area is connected to the sea lounge which comes with a large Jacuzzi, and access to the sea through the dive centre and sea platforms and is equipped with jet skis, sea bobs, fly and hoverboards.
Flying Fox is listed for exclusive charter with Imperial - no charter price has been listed