The name plate of 95m Lurssen superyacht Kismet

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95m Lürssen superyacht Kismet returns to London

17 October 2022 • Written by Sophia Wilson


Motor Yacht
Lurssen ·  95.2 m ·  2014

The legendary 95 metre Lürssen superyacht Kismet has returned to London and is currently moored in Canary Wharf against the backdrop of the city. The yacht was last spotted in the capital in October 2021 (pictured and video here) where she stayed for a couple of weeks before making the Atlantic crossing.

According to BOAT Pro AIS data Kismet was in the South of France at the start of September. Since then she has visited the Balearics and Barcelona before heading through the Strait of Gibraltar towards London.

Images and video: Xavian Master

The superyacht, which features exterior design penned by Espen Øino and interiors by Reymond Langton, is owned by Shahid Khan. Among his assets, Khan also counts two football teams, the Fulham football club in the UK and the Jacksonville Jaguars in the US.

Key features throughout the standout superyacht include five decks, eight guest suites and two helipads. The interior meanwhile is bedecked with surprises, including video walls, an electric piano built into a bar and an art deco chandelier weighing 350kg. The owner’s suite meanwhile includes a fireplace, skylight and 180-degree views.

Kismet is currently listed for sale with Moran Yacht & Ship with an asking price of €169,000,000. 

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