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Image source - Marcus Meyer for Luerssen

This summer has seen the launch of some exciting new superyachts, so here's a rundown of the newest luxury vessels. 

Lürssen – Quantum Blue

On the 25th of July, German shipyard Lürssen unveiled Quantum Blue, a superyacht of 104m which is expected to be delivered end of 2014. The exterior design is the feat of Tim Heywood Design, whilst the interior design is the work of Alberto Pinto Design office. Lürssen’s third model of the year, Quantum Blue is a true example of elegance.  

Image source - Palmer Johnson
Palmer Johnson – 48M SuperSport

On the 21st July Palmer Johnson presented their new carbon fiber megayacht, the 48m SuperSport and its eyecatching gold hull. Not only does a wavepiercing bow give a softer ride, as the yacht reaches up to 32 knots but it has also been developed to burn 50% less fuel. The yacht includes an aft deck, a salon with panoramic views, beach club not to mention two garages with room for a tender and three jet skis.

Image source - Oceanco
Oceanco - Y710

Oceanco’s latest offering, the Y710 launched last week in Alblasserdam. With a length of 88.5m, the superyacht can reach speeds of 18.5 knots. Even though few details have been released about this superyacht, we know that Oceanco called upon Espen Øino to design the exterior. Able to welcome a total of 14 guests, the yacht features a master suite with its own private outdoor deck and a whirlpool. The remaining accommodation is divided between two VIP suites and four guest Cabins.

Image source - Admiral

Admiral - Impero 37 RPH Nono

In July the Italian Sea Group launched a 37m long semi-displacement yacht: “Nono” is part of Impero series by Italian boatbuilder Admiral, and is designed by Luca Dini. The luxury superyacht has a top speed of 20 knots. The yacht is composed of five cabins, including a master suite with large spaces and many windows to give it a light and airy feel. 

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