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142m superyacht Nord returns to Lürssen
The 142.6 metre Lürssen superyacht Nord has returned to its home yard in Germany. The yacht was capturing arriving at Lürssen on June 4 by yacht spotters. It comes after the yacht was delivered in February and spent the following months exploring the Spanish coast and Caribbean.
The yacht, which was previously known as Opus and Project Redwood, is spread across six decks and was designed by Italian design studio Nuvolari Lenard.
Speaking about the project, studio co-founder Dan Lenard previously said the aim of the design was to invoke "strong emotions in every observer".
“Whether you like the design or not, it must strike you. Nord is a serious ship first and foremost, but she also transcends the traditional language of yacht design. She is a warship wearing a tuxedo, an explorer with the elegance of a gentleman's yacht. We have entered a new direction in serious yacht design."
Managing partner of the shipyard Peter Lürssen added: "At Lürssen, we believe that to build a yacht it is vital to work as a team, and to execute such a comprehensive project, an excellent team is necessary.
"In this case, the team consisted of the design team from Nuvolari-Lenard, Moran Yacht & Ship who supervised the build on behalf of the owner, and, of course, the project team from Lürssen. We are looking forward to Nord finding her place amongst her peers as a remarkable statement in large yacht construction, based on a strong design and expert engineering skills."
Nord boasts a number of high-end features, such as a sports and diving centre on the lower deck, a large swimming pool, two superyacht helipads and a fleet of tenders measuring up to 15 metres.
Nuvolari Lenard also penned the interior design, which features accommodation for 36 guests in 20 staterooms.
In a statement, the studio previously said that Nord "will have efficient, long-range cruising capabilities for independent global exploration."