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Lürssen superyacht Ace completes sea trials

In early January, we published some of the first pictures of the 85 metre superyacht Ace, formerly known under the project name Rocky. Lürssen has now shared with us some running shots of the superyacht taken during her sea trials, which were recently completed.

Ace is distinguished by her unusual profile with large side arches surmounted by oval side balconies - a design by Andrew Winch, which is a departure from the norm. Her spacious, classic-style interior - also designed by Andrew Winch - accommodates 12 guests in six cabins and 30 crew. She's powered by twin MTU engines.

Supervised by Moran Yacht & Ship, the construction of Ace will be completed for a delivery that is now scheduled for late spring.

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