Earlier this month, German shipyard Lürssen Yachts confirmed that the brand has successfully launched project Enzo, a bespoke 115-metre superyacht.
The model was produced for a repeat client of the brand who previously owned an 86-metre Lürssen model.
Lürssen has stated in a press release that the owner’s earlier experience with the brand was a driving factor in his second commission, so much so that he wanted to replicate the experience “right down to the same build and design team”.
The underlying vision for project Enzo was to produce a healthy, comfortable and family-focused life. Helping accomplish this priority is implementing multiple spaces for sports and physical activity on board, including an extra-large gym fixated into the skylounge deck and a spacious wellness area on the lower deck.
“Enzo’s design language is all about connecting her six decks – both the naval and tech elements with the living space – into one whole,” says Nuvolari–Lenard founder Dan Lenard.
“Her three decks integrated into the high bow guarantee seakeeping in true ocean conditions, while also allowing her an innovative full-beam owner suite duplex.”
As with all Lürssen models, project Enzo features state-of-the-art technology and engineering systems to reduce environmental impact.
A heat recovery system within the generators heats the pool, for example, which leads to reduced electrical power and carbon emissions.
The Dynamic Positioning also complements this pursuit of sustainability, enabling electronic anchoring in sensitive and remote areas, protecting the seabed and allowing for safe mooring regardless of water depth.