Lürssen’s Project Jupiter a Rhythmic Wave with Significant Impact
Lürssen’s 123-meter Project Jupiter launched toward a spring 2017 delivery with a successful splash at the Bremen yard on Oct. 27, 2016. Rhythmic wake crests posing as lines in the superstructure lend the exterior by H2 Yacht Design a smooth flow, while interior storytellers March & White put together an eclectic contemporary script. Both London firms, H2 and March & White worked with Lürssen for the first time ever on this hushed effort.
A full displacement steel hull with aluminum superstructure, work on the sculpted vessel was overseen by the Y.CO Management team with collaborative efforts by Winterbothams technical services. An atrium carved out of the 20-meter beam opens the yacht to natural light, inviting detail and response. Custom finishes designed expressly for the project complement timeless choices with a nautical nuance.
In the class of the largest superyachts, this build presents an athletic profile with a vigorous stance, maintaining an attractive balance in the mix reminiscent of the owner’s first yacht. Intending to capture the imagination of Hollywood’s elite, the distinctive glazing and wavelike curves will be unmistakable throughout the world, establishing the look launched by Project Jupiter.