Following delivery in September last year, the privately-owned Lurssen superyacht CRESCENT has made her first appearance in the West Mediterranean after spending several months in Norway.
Named ‘Project Thunder’ during her build, the yacht holds the spot for the 16th longest superyacht in the world.
She shares her position in the World’s Top 100 Superyachts with 27 fellow Lurssen builds, including the 136m/446ft superyacht ‘Flying Fox’, which has recently been made available for private yacht charters.
Lurssen have claimed that she has been ‘traditionally styled’ to reflect the owner’s wishes.
While CRESCENT was shrouded in secrecy during her build, it is now known that the superyacht’s muscular exterior comes from the drawing boards of long-term collaborator Espen Oeino.
The esteemed designer has created a bold and striking profile, with chrome superstructure offset by a glossy ebony hull that lends her a powerful and predatory look.
The yacht holds the spot for the 16th longest superyacht in the world.
The interiors of the motor yacht have been headed up by Zuretti, and have been kept largely under wraps.
It is being reported that she will feature a split-level atrium with tall portions of glazing, and Lurssen have claimed that she has been ‘traditionally styled’ to reflect the owner’s wishes.
Among the yacht’s on-board highlights, photos show that she will have not one, but two helipads, one of which enjoys its own retractable hangar.
On the aft deck, a large swimming pool can be spotted for the owner and their guests to enjoy.