On Board the mega-yacht Solandge, from Lürssen (Photoset)

The luxurious 85-foot motor yacht Solandge was built in October 2013 at the German shipyard Lürssen. Architect of the vessel was represented by a team of Lürssen. The author of its classic and elegant profile with a bright blue hull and sleek lines became the recipient of many high awards yacht designer Espen Oeino. The luxurious interior is designed by designer Aileen Rodriguez (Rodriguez Interiors). In the design of the yacht was attended by more than five famous brands and used by about 49 different stones and 33 exotic woods from around the world.

Mega yacht combines all the experience gained by the Lürssen team over 125 years of history, and the best tendencies of modern shipbuilding. Its huge internal space can accommodate a lot of places for recreation and entertainment of the passengers, offer sleeps 12 in 6 luxurious cabins including a master cabin, a VIP cabin, three double cabins and one guest cabin with two single beds. The ship’s crew is 29 people.

Massive case of yachts with a displacement of 2,600 tons is made of steel and superstructure of aluminum. The maximum length is of 85.1 m (279, 2 feet) and a width of 13.8 meters (45.3 per ft). According to preliminary information, the maximum speed is about 14 knots.

Solandge is the 4th largest ever built at the shipyard Lürssen and 62nd in the list of the largest yachts in the world.

  • The German shipyard Lürssen was founded in 1875, Lürssen family, which already in the fifth generation runs the company. During its existence, the shipyard has built more than 13,000 different ships – super – and mega-yachts from 60 to 150 metres of steel and aluminium.

    Alexei Turbin
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  • © Photo-materials: Lurssen

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