The sea trials took place over three days between the 26th and 28th August, under which KISMET was sent out under optimal weather conditions and put through extensive functional tests such as the propulsion plant, pump jet, trials of the thruster, steering system, tests of the cooling, lubrication and fuel-system. Fresh water- treatment units were carried out, as well as the smoke test in the engine room and the blackout tests, all of which achieved the ‘expected excellent results’.
The final finishes of the KISMET build, known as ‘Project Global’ cannot come soon enough as the charter market prepares to welcome one of the most highly anticipated superyachts this year
KISMET’s engines were also fine tunes along with the stabilizers together with the trials for the emergency and zero speed functions with Lürssen giving particular note being to her being an ‘extraordinarily quiet yacht with no vibrations, much to the pleasure of the owner's team’. In addition, the manoeuvring tests were executed to full satisfaction and she is now back in the yard undergoing final preparations for her delivery this month.
The final finishes of the KISMET build, known as ‘Project Global’ cannot come soon enough as the charter market prepares to welcome one of the most highly anticipated superyachts this year to the global fleet. With design by the acclaimed Espen Oeino and interior styling by Pascal Reymond of Reymond Langton Design, she is set to represent the highest levels of modern comfort and join her sisterships M/Y Solandge and M/Y Ace in offering the ultimate in luxury yachting vacations.
Please contact your preferred luxury yacht charter broker for more details about booking Kismet and availability.
95m Lurssen, 2014