The in-build superyacht is being built on an inherited hull, with an Espen Øino exterior and and an interior that was originally conceived by Reymond Langton.
Work on the motor yacht includes lengthening the hull by a total of four metres – two metres in the back and two in the front. Lionspirit is also receiving a new helipad on her foredeck and the installation of a new cabin, replacing a former lounge room.
The latest construction steps to be carried out are outfitting and decorating. According to Cesar Abi Akl at yacht management firm Sailing Plus, the yacht’s interiors are getting “a lighter and more modern look”.
“She will have a great charter appeal when delivered,” continued Abi Akl.
Lionspirit spreads over four decks, with the upper deck boasting plentiful seating areas forward and aft. Up on the sundeck, two separate seating areas will be split by a patch of shade gifted by the yacht’s hardtop. On the main deck aft, a socialising and al fresco dining area overlooks the yacht’s beach club which plays host to a large swimming pool and swim platform.
Lionspirit is still for sale with Sailing Plus. The finished yacht is asking €59,000,000.