Lurssen Yachts

The German yacht builder Lürssen has earned a leading international reputation as the specialist for exclusive, bespoke yachts of outstanding craftsmanship and engineering mastery - ranging in size from 60m to over 180m.

The development of sustainable technologies and innovations in yacht building are firmly anchored in Lürssen's DNA. The latest generation of Lürssen superyachts boasts improved fuel efficiency and lower emissions as well as a reduction in noise levels. Lürssen is particularly driving the research and development of fuel cells powered by methanol.

With a workforce of 1800, Lürssen maintains three state-of-the-art production facilities in northern Germany. Lürssen also offers unique facilities and unrivalled potential to carry out multiple refits simultaneously - whether it is a Lürssen yacht or one built by another shipyard. Their connection to shipbuilding is as deep-rooted and individual as only family bonds can be, the commitment is deep, the approach individual. 

History

The family-owned company was founded in 1875 and remains solely in the hands of the fourth generation. Friedrich Lürssen started the company and built the very first motor boat, REMS, with Gottlieb Daimler and Wilhelm Maybach. When the company founder Friedrich Lürssen said: “Leading in quality and performance, that should be my company’s reputation,” he was expressing the values that Lürssen upholds to this day.

Notable Yachts

Lürssen has launched some of the world’s most iconic yachts, measuring between 33 and 200 metres. Some of its world-famous launches include Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen’s 127-metre superyacht Octopus in 2003 and Rising Sun, 138 metres in length, delivered to Oracle CEO Larry Ellison in 2004 and now owned by David Geffen.

In 2013, Lürssen launched Azzam, which at 180 metres is currently the world’s largest superyacht. Her exterior styling is by Nauta Yachts, and her interior décor is credited to Christophe Leoni.

Lurssen   180.61 m •  2013
Platinum   162 m •  2006
Lurssen   160.6 m •  2022
Lurssen   156 m •  2016
Lurssen   155 m •  2008
Lurssen   147.25 m •  2012
Lurssen   146.35 m •  2023
Lurssen   142.08 m •  2025
Lurssen   141.96 m •  2020
Lurssen   141.6 m •  2021
Lurssen   139.29 m •  1999
Lurssen   138.8 m •  2024
Lurssen   138 m •  2004
Lurssen   136 m •  2019
Lurssen   135.5 m •  2018
Lurssen   130 m •  2025
Lurssen   126.2 m •  2003
Lurssen   124.4 m •  2010
Lurssen   123.2 m •  2015
Lurssen   123 m •  2017
Lurssen   122 m •  2024
Lurssen   115.1 m •  2021
Lurssen   114.5 m •  2003
Lurssen   114.2 m •  2025
Lurssen   111.5 m •  2019
Lurssen   110 m •  2008
Lurssen   110 m •  2009
Lurssen   107 m •  2024
Lurssen   106.1 m •  2017
Lurssen   104 m •  2014
Lurssen   103 m •  2025
Lurssen   97.2 m •  2002
Lurssen   96.25 m •  1997
Lurssen   95.2 m •  2014
Lurssen   95 m •  2019
Lurssen   92.93 m •  2006
Lurssen   91 m •  2015
Lurssen   90.1 m •  2005
Lurssen   90.01 m •  2010
Lurssen   90 m •  2023
Lurssen   87 m •  2020
Lurssen   86.11 m •  2013
Lurssen   85.2 m •  2010
Lurssen   85.1 m •  2013
Lurssen   85.1 m •  2011
Lurssen   85 m •  2017
Lurssen   85 m •  2012
Lurssen   82 m •  2024
Lurssen   78.4 m •  2008
Lurssen   78 m •  2025