The 146 metre superyacht Opera has hit the water at the Lürssen shipyard in Bremen. The yacht, which was formerly known as Project Opera, is now understood to be called Opera.
While details remain sparse, Opera is understood to have a 20 metre beam and interior volume exceeding 10,000GT. Her design team remain under wraps, but the yacht’s lines bear a resemblance to a number of Terence Disdale projects.
Pictures reveal a pair of helipads on the foredeck and upper deck aft, plus a swimming pool on the main deck and a dedicated observation deck.
Opera is thought to be a rebuild project of 145 metre Project Sassi, which was sadly destroyed in the 2018 shipyard fire.
The bare hull of the yacht was last seen in May 2021, when she was moved to Bremen in Europe's largest floating dock, which is 290 metres long and must be accompanied by four tug boats.
The yacht joins nine other in-build Lürssen superyachts, including the 100 metre + Project Alibaba and 145 metre Project Luminance. The 122 metre Project Jag is set to hit the water soon after completing outfitting, with delivery slated for April 2023.