Sold to her buyer by Moran Yacht & Ship in December 2015, Project Redwood is being built by Lürssen with a steel hull and aluminium superstructure, with accommodation for up to 36 guests across 20 staterooms, and will be Passenger Yacht Code compliant.
Details have until now been shrouded in secrecy, but the design studio has now revealed that she will have the capability of landing two helicopters on her teak decks, and will carry a fleet of tenders for a range of purposes, including a number over 15 metres long.
Also on board will be a sports and diving centre located on her lower decks, as well as a large swimming pool that’s partially protected from the elements.
Yacht Charter Fleet names her other amenities to include at-anchor stabilisers, a beach club, gym, swimming pool, spa, on-deck Jacuzzi, sauna, elevator, tender garage and owner’s study.
Project Redwood is currently under construction at Lürssen’s Bremen facility under the supervision of Moran’s New Construction team, and once delivered in 2019, will offer her new owner efficient, long-range cruising capabilities for independent global exploration.
This is not the first time that the German shipyard has collaborated with Nuvolari-Lenard and Moran Yachts, as its 88m M/Y Quattroelle was delivered by the same partnership in 2013.