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142m Lürssen Project Redwood enters final construction stage

142m Lürssen Project Redwood enters final construction stage

The 142 metre LürssenProject Redwood, now known as Opus, has entered the final stage of construction.

The six decked superyacht was spotted being moved into the yard's Vegesack-based floating dock ahead of its scheduled delivery next year.

It comes after Opus, which was designed by Italian design studio Nuvolari Lenard, hit the water for the first time in January.

First announced in December 2015 by Moran Yacht & Ship as a 139 metre project, Project Redwood boasts a number of high-end features, such as a sports and diving centre on the lower deck, a large swimming pool, two superyacht helipads and a fleet of tenders measuring up to 15 metres.

Nuvolari Lenard is also responsible for the interior design, which will feature accommodation for 36 guests in 20 staterooms. In order to have this number of guests the yacht is being built to comply with the Passenger Yacht Code. In a statement, the studio added, "Project Redwood will have efficient, long-range cruising capabilities for independent global exploration."

Take a closer look at Project RedwoodVideo courtesy of Dr Duu

The Moran Yacht & Ship New Construction Team is overseeing the build at the German yard and aim for delivery in 2020, when she will take her place among the largest superyachts in the world, most likely ranking in the top 15.

This is not the first time German shipyard Lürssen has collaborated with Nuvolari Lenard and Moran Yacht & Ship. 88 metre Quattroelle was delivered by the same partnership in 2013 and the yacht was a finalist at the 2014 World Superyacht Awards.

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