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NEW EXCLUSIVE: Lurssen Charter Yacht SOLANDGE Delivered in time for winter in the Caribbean

The eagerly anticipated charter yacht SOLANDGE has now been delivered by Lürssen Yachts in time for her debut charter season in the Caribbean this winter. No official announcement from the prestigious German shipyard has been made, yet she has recently been spotted in Norway which is a popular delivery location for superyachts.

Previously known as ‘Project Niki’, not much information has been made available on motor yacht SOLANDGE, apart from that she was launched in June of this year followed by undergoing sea trials in August. At an impressive 85.1m/279’, she currently ranks 62nd on the world’s largest yachts list and is also the 4th largest luxury yacht built by Lürssen to be openly available on global charter market.

Representing the ultimate in modern yachting innovations, engineering and quality, SOLANDGE boasts design from the multi-award winning Espen Oeino who has worked on some of the world’s most iconic superyachts. Offering exceptionally high volume both inside and out, her striking blue hull and fluid exterior lines are complimented by a yet-to-be-revealed Aileen Rodriguez styled interior, who’s international design firm headquartered Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Weekly charter rates for SOLANDGE are yet to be confirmed, however with the recent announcement that charter yacht Quattroelle has already completed 10 weeks of charter in the Caribbean last winter, it is important to act now to ensure a booking.

For more information on chartering this brand new luxury charter yacht we suggest you get in touch with an established larger yacht charter brokerage company as competition will be fierce for such a premium superyacht from Lurssen, a world leader in this category. take a look of the ever growing impressive list of Lurssen yachts for charter.

SOLANDGE boasts design from the multi-award winning Espen Oeino who has worked on some of the world’s most iconic superyachts.


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