Two beautiful superyachts can now be spotted at the Lurssen Shipyard in Bremen: the newly built Quantum Blue at a length of 104m, and her older sibling, Pelorus of 115m. Both superyachts were designed by Tim Heywood.
Pelorus, probably one oft he most spotted and well-know yachts around, has just completed a refit, and Quantum Blue, recently delivered, is preparing herself for her maiden cruise in the spring.
This winter, six yachts are in dock at the Lürssen facilities in North Germany. Every year many Lürssen "children" and other yachts come home to undergo a refit, repair job, or a conversion.
This is work that Lürssen undertakes with German precision for which they are world-renowned for. Once Lürssen has been involved, the yacht’s life expectancy and performance will once again be comparable to that of a newbuild.
Seven shipyards provide Lurssen ample space to build and refit many superyachts at any given time in covered sheds and dry docks. This along with over 1800 people working in the group, Lürssen not only has the space, but also the manpower of expert engineers, naval architects and craftsmen to work on any project.
Amongst the last refits are some of the world's most beautiful yachts such as Angel's Share, Pelorus, Carinthia VII, Dilbar, Radiant, Rising Sun, TV and Phoenix².
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