German shipyard Lürssen launched their latest megayacht the 95-metre yacht Madsummer, previously known as project Fiji, earlier this week from their yard in Rendsburg.
The new megayacht hit the waters of the Kiel Canal showing off her very harmonious proportions and with a length of 95 meters and a beam of 14 meters designed by Harrison Eidsgaard. Boasting extraordinary volumes whilst still maintaining sleek and very elegant lines. Wide exterior staircases together with centerline openings provide seamless connections between the generous exterior decks. A fabulous pool and Jacuzzi deck aft is raised three steps and is protected by glass bulwarks that are an integral part of the exterior profile, providing for very clean and uncluttered hull surfaces.
Italian design studio Laura Sessa has created ‘contemporary modern’ interiors for Madsummer which can accommodate up to 20 guests across 10 staterooms. Stand out features include a main-deck 12-metre swimming pool, a large spa and diving area and upper-deck skylight and fireplace.
Among the special features are a large beach club and spa area with a sea terrace on the lower deck. On the upper deck aft, there is a walkable skylight and an integrated fireplace for cosy moments in the evening. The bow is laid out for a certified helicopter landing area. The sun deck aft offers a hidden crane in the bulwark to handle an aeroboat.
Having been signed for by an American client at the 2015 Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, Moran Yacht & Ship is representing the owner, who is a repeat client and is expecting delivery later this year.