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The German superyacht craftsmen at Lürssen have a well-earned reputation for building some of the worlds largest private yachts in the world. The talented team at the London-based Winch Design have drawn the lines and imagined the interiors of with a long list of award winning superyachts.
And since Moran Yacht & Ship has a stellar reputation for managing every facet of large yacht projects, it comes as no surprise that the 365-foot-long TIS, one of the largest and most regal yachts to be launched this year, was built by Lürssen, designed (both interior and exterior) by Winch Design, and Moran Yacht & Ship wrote the technical specifications, acted as owner’s representative, and managed the entire construction process.
The 348-foot-long AMADEA is not only one of the largest and most distinctive superyachts in the world. The yacht’s six distinctive guest decks are outlined by curves designed by Espen Øino. And with her interior designed by Francois Zuretti.
From the outset, Amadea’s owner was determined that his 106-metre Lürssen should be a project to leave others in the shade. “The key to his brief was to make Amadea one of the most detailed vessels ever built: millions of hours spent on creating and assembling… and then finding the smallest snagging points,” says Evgeniy Kochman, founder and CEO of broker Imperial, which acted as the owner’s representative.
Monaco-based Imperial has a reputation for, shall we say, exactitude. The very name sends a frisson of fear down the spines of boatbuilders, who recognise that Imperial requires total precision in every element of the yacht, particularly the finish.