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Lürssen superyacht Oasis completes refit at Lusben Shipyard

20 May 2021By Olivia Michel

The Lusben shipyard in the Tuscan city of Livorno, Italy, has completed a refit on Lürssen superyacht Oasis. The refit work began in October 2020 and has now been finished eight days ahead of the expected schedule.

First delivered in 2006, the steel and aluminium motor yacht measures 60 metres LOA with an 11.1 metre beam and boasts a 130 square metre sundeck.

The owner and captain had considered four other shipyards for the refit but chose Lusben on account of the firm’s “consistent costs” and convenient location, the yard reported. 

Massimiliano Frazzetta, who led the program of works, said; "Lusben's added values ​​were the strategic geographical position of the cutting-edge facilities, on which the Tuscan company relies, and compliance with the initial budget, from which the final expenditure is unlikely to deviate."

A substantial part of the Oasis project was the repaint of the entire exterior which amounted to a total area of ​ 2,300 square meters. The Glade Johnson-designed superyacht also had her class renewed.

The superyacht, which can accommodate up to 12 guests and 15 crew, and offers a cruising range of 5,000 nautical miles, has now been delivered to its owner in time for the summer cruising season.

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