115m Lürssen superyacht Ahpo for sale

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€330M Lürssen Ahpo sold in three months and renamed Lady Jorgia

8 May 2023 • Written by Nick Jeffery

The 115.1-metre Lürssen superyacht Ahpo has been sold in-house by Moran Yacht & Ship in what is believed to be the biggest brokerage deal in history. The superyacht has been renamed Lady Jorgia.

Ahpo (now Lady Jorgia) was originally sold as a new build by Moran Yacht & Ship in 2017 to a repeat Lürssen client and began construction under the codename Project Enzo, a nod to the owner's love of Ferraris. She was built in steel and aluminium by the German shipyard, delivered in 2021 and showcased at the Monaco Yacht Show the following year.

The yacht's striking design, both exterior and interior, is the work of Nuvolari Lenard and features trademark half-moon windows, as seen on the owner's previous Lürssen build, along with tapered decks. 

Ahpo was asking €330,000,000.
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As well as the overall exterior form and layout, detailing on this superyacht is remarkable, both on technical and aesthetic fronts. “We have thousands of materials, different woods, different kinds of GRP, paint, alloy, cable trays – so many cable trays – and also in the interior, so many different kinds of stones, woods, carpets, mother-of-pearl and wallpaper, it’s unbelievable, and I guess not countable,” said Tanja Peters, the project manager for Lürssen, who worked closely with the owners’ team.

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Accommodation on board is for 16 guests in eight staterooms with a further four staff cabins for pilots, a nanny, or bodyguards. The owner's private duplex includes an exceptional gym, while side decks on the sky lounge deck are extremely wide, running 100 metres all around, allowing guests to take strolls side-by-side in the fresh air without going ashore.

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Other features geared towards health and wellness include a nature-themed spa complete with a massage room, Himalayan salt sauna and a Turkish-style hammam finished in vibrant mosaics and ivory onyx. Nature is a theme that continues throughout the vessel, seen in the choice of artwork, the central staircase, which depicts an olive tree, and the grand dining room, which is themed around water lilies.

Credit: Guillaume Plisson

Adjacent to the spa is a vast beach club with a sit-up bar and waterside lounge, while other standout amenities on board include a 12-seater cinema with a starlit ceiling and a protected winter garden that can be enjoyed in all weather.

The 5,257GT superyacht is powered by twin MTU 20V 4,000hp engines and she is equipped with advanced systems such as a heat recovery used to warm the swimming pool, dynamic positioning, four Quantum fin stabilisers and controllable-pitch propellers for manoeuvring at low speed. She has a full-time crew of 36 and is serviced by two custom 12-metre IC Yacht guest tenders, plus rescue tenders, with a commercially-certified helipad supporting a Sikorsky S-76 helicopter.

Ahpo (now Lady Jorgia) was asking €330,000,000.

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