The 95-metre Lürssen superyacht Madsummer has been sold in-house by Moran Yacht & Ship.
Built in steel and aluminium by German yard Lürssen to a design by Harrison Eidsgaard, she was delivered in 2019 and went on to win a Judges’ Commendation at the 2020 World Superyacht Awards. She was commissioned by an owner in the market for a new plane as well as a boat and, as a result, there is a dedicated deck for the owner's seaplane.
Italian Laura Sessa designed the boat’s interior – by far her largest project since splitting from the Alberto Pinto studio – and she incorporated a feast of primary hues. Moran calls it “a modern beach house vibe with ample entertainment areas”.
She can sleep up to 12 guests in 10 spacious staterooms with six of the yacht's guest cabins positioned forward on the main deck. Each cabin has its own colourful theme with lacquered sycamore wardrobe doors, silk carpeting and custom furnishings. Each cabin also benefits from an en-suite bathroom featuring hand-dyed mother-of-pearl framed mirrors and bright Calacatta marble throughout.Read More/Madsummer: On board the 95m Lürssen superyacht
The upper deck houses three more guest cabins: a double and two VIP suites that mirror each other in layout. Again, designed with a punch of colour and accents of woods, marble and silks.
The bridge deck features the private master suite aft and the bridge forward. The cabin is expressive with its generous use of blues, accented with whites and reds. The space is colourfully appointed and completely private from other areas of the yacht, including an aft-facing private terrace only accessible from the master cabin.
Colour is also the theme in the main saloon, where a lavish Tai Ping silk carpet greets guests with stripes of white and a rich blue. On the wall is artwork by artist Santiago Montoya that overlooks the dining table.
A gym is located on the sun deck, which is also home to a Jacuzzi spa forward and a hardened deck aft designed to hold the weight of a Husky seaplane. A crane hidden in the bulwark is used to hoist the aircraft to and from the water, and when the aircraft is not present, the space becomes a dance floor and party space. There is also a fully certified helideck at the bow, capable of supporting an EC135 (around three tonnes).
Other highlights include a 12-metre swimming pool on the main deck, raised slightly to allow for a world-class beach club spa below and protected by glass bulwarks to shield guests from the wind and prying eyes. The tender garage forward can accommodate a 10-metre Ocean 1 RIB and an 11-metre Maori Yacht limo tender, plus five jet skis and a jet board, while a second side-opening tender garage aft holds a seven-metre Super Air Nautique G23 wakeboarding boat.
Twin MTU 16V4000M63 diesel engines allow a range of up to 6,000 nautical miles at 12 knots and a top speed of 18.5 knots.
Madsummer was asking €227,500,000.