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Lurssen launches 95m ‘Project Fiji’ as superyacht MADSUMMER

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By Katia Damborsky  19 March 2019

Formerly known as ‘Project Fiji’, the 95m/312ft superyacht MADSUMMER was officially launched at Lurssen’s facilities in Germany this morning.

Superyacht MADSUMMER hit the waters in Rendsburg this morning, showing off her sleek Harrison Eidsgaard design and four spacious exterior decks. It comes after the motor yacht was technically launched via slipway in October 2017.

Upon delivery, she will rank in the top sixty in the World’s Top 100 Superyachts, sharing the spot with the Oceanco-built motor yacht NEOM. This will give Lurssen a grand total of 29 yachts in the Top 100, including the world’s longest; the 180m / 593ft megayacht AZZAM.

Superyacht MADSUMMER will boast plenty of amenities for her owner to enjoy, including a sleek, 12-metre pool on the main deck and large beach club with sea terrace, spa and diving area. She is also expected to have a unique upper deck skylight that can be walked across, alongside an integrated fireplace.

Italian design studio Laura Sessa has headed up the interiors of the motor yacht, fulfilling a brief to create cool and contemporary on-board spaces. The megayacht is complete with accommodation for 20 across 10 generously-proportioned cabins. As a finishing touch, she is also able to accommodate helicopter on her foredeck.

Luxury yacht MADSUMMER was built for an experienced owner who is believed to have commissioned the 78m/257ft motor yacht ROCINANTE, formerly known also as MADSUMMER. 

 Other superyachts from Lurssen that are due to be delivered soon include the 142m/466ft ‘Project Redwood’, which is expected to be delivered in 2020.

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It is not yet known whether MADSUMMER will be available for private charter.

If you would like to discover more about chartering a Lurssen superyacht, please get in touch with your preferred charter broker.


 
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