Huge 136-meter Lurssen Flying Fox (ex. Shu Project) headed from German Bremen in the Norwegian Stavangerto be in the hands of his legal experienced owner. Sea trials she underwent in March–may 2018.
Flying Fox is the result of work of designers Espen Oyno (Espen Oeino) responsible for the exterior, and Mark Berryman
(Mark Berryman), in charge of the interiors, while Imperial has acted as broker, owner’s representative and curator of the construction process.
The dimensions of the Flying Fox, which is in the Top 20 largest superyachts on the planet, really impressive 136 metres in length, as noted, and 20.5 meters wide. It is not surprising that on its Board there was a place two helicopter platforms: for helicopters with main rotor diameter of 14 and 18 metres. This is one of the largest civilian helicopters that exist.
Do not forget about such pleasant things as marine terraces, large swimming pool, located across the main deck at the stern.
Despite all the apparent gigantism Flying Fox, Oyno masterfully managed to create a delicate look with curved lines.
The owner purchased the 136-metre Flying Fox instead of the 74-meter Nobiskrug yacht, which after the sale has been renamed from Flying Fox to Dytan.
The shipyard Lurssen is currently in work are still two of the project, completion of which is planned before the end of this year. This 111-metre Project Tis and 95-foot Project Fiji.