Project Jag first hit the water on August 11 at Rendsburg, following the drydock flooding on August 10. She emerged from the shed showing off a distinctive Nuvolari Lenard exterior.
Commissioned by a repeat Lürssen client, once delivered Project Jag will serve as a replacement for his 96-metre superyacht. The yacht is the owner's third Lürssen superyacht and bears a number of the same design signatures as his former yachts, including an elongated bowsprit and plenty of al fresco deck space.
Sold by Moran Yacht & Ship in 2019, Project Jag is one of the largest superyachts under construction in the world. The interior, which is penned by Reymond Langton, is described as a "beautiful, bespoke homage to the owner’s lifestyle" by the yard.
The yacht features accommodation for 20 guests in 11 cabins. The crew quarters, meanwhile, will accommodate a staff of 40. Other key details include a beam of 17.8 metres, creating "extraordinary volumes" and "sleek and elegant lines", according to the yard.
Other standout features include a helipad, beauty salon, spa, sauna, swimming pool, indoor and outdoor cinema, dance floor, gym and elevator. There will also be ample room for a selection of tenders and toys including a sailing dinghy, Sea Bobs, sea scooters, windsurfers and a submarine.
According to BOATPro, Lürssen has nine yachts currently under construction. This includes the 107-metre explorer Project Icecap which, once delivered, will rank in the top 30 Lürssen yachts by size.Read More/The most exciting explorer yacht projects of 2023