Previously known as Project Fiji, the 95m/ 312ft motor yacht MADSUMMER has been delivered to her owner.
Currently en route to Gibraltar, MADSUMMER has left the Lurssen shipyard following the successful completion of sea trials in the Baltic Sea.
It comes shortly after it was announced that MADSUMMER would be making her world debut at the 2019 Monaco Yacht Show.
The yacht was initially launched under the project name FIJI in March.
She ranks in the World’s Top 100 Superyachts, sharing the 58th spot with Oceanco’s superyacht NEOM, which measures the same length.
The mammoth megayacht features refined exterior design from Harrison Eidsgaard. The English studio has created a unique profile, with clear and structured lines complemented by a foredeck helipad.
Other amenities include a 12 metre swimming pool, huge spa, dedicated dive room and beach club with sea terrace.
The interiors of the motor yacht have been headed up by Laura Sessa Romboli, and they are expected to be cool and contemporary.
The yacht provides accommodation for up to 20 guests in 10 well-appointed cabins.