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111m Lürssen superyacht Project TIS successfully completes sea trials

111m Lürssen superyacht Project TIS successfully completes sea trials

The 111 metre superyacht Project TIS has successfully completed sea trials.

It comes after the six deck superyacht began sea trials on Monday, November 5. She has now returned to the Lurssen yard in Germany to undergo final interior outfitting.

It comes after the superyacht was launched from the yard's Rendsburg facility in August this year. Her technical launch took place in October 2018 and her delivery is expected to take place at the end of the year.

The six-superyacht, which is also known as Project Palo Alto, was styled inside and out by British studio Winch Design. While details remain sparse, the superstructure features several curved sections that contrast with the straight lines created by the decks.

In a previously released statement, the yard said, “With a long and well balanced sheerline, she is a supremely elegant yacht, despite the considerable size.”

The beam measures 16.85 metres, allowing for voluminous interiors, while the extensive exterior relaxation spaces make Project TIS an ideal yacht for hosting large parties. Key features on board include sweeping superyacht staircases at the transom, which set the tone for a sophisticated interior design.

The 111 metre superyacht project has been managed by Moran Yacht & Ship.

Other large superyacht projects currently under development at the German yard include Project Redwood, a 139 metre Nuvolari Lenard design, which is due for delivery in 2019.

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