The 115 metre Lürssen superyacht Ahpo, previously known as Project Enzo, has been handed over to its owner.
Broker Moran Yacht & Ship announced the delivery, which comes shortly after the christening of the yacht. The name is understood to mean "grand lady" in Mandarin and was officially unveiled at the shipyard. It is also now known that the yacht is registered with a Cayman Islands flag.
It comes after the yacht completed sea trials in the North Sea earlier this month - Ahpo first hit the water in June 2021.
The 5,000GT yacht is described as "family-focused" with various sports and leisure facilities on board, including an “extra-large gym” on the skylounge and wellness area on the lower deck.
“Enzo’s design language is all about connecting her six decks - both the naval and tech elements with the living space - into one whole,” said Nuvolari Lenard co-founder Dan Lenard.
“Her three decks integrated into the high bow guarantee sea-keeping in true ocean conditions, while also allowing her an innovative full-beam owner suite duplex.”
Elsewhere, the yacht features cutting edge technology and engineering systems, including a heat recovery system in the generators to heat the swimming pool and Dynamic Positioning for electronic anchoring.
Ahpo marks the third collaboration between Lürssen and Nuvolari Lenard following the 86 metre Quattroelle and currently under construction 139 metre Redwood, the sales of which Moran was also involved with.