Compass Tenders has produced a special limo tender for Lurssen’s Project Jupiter megayacht

Designed to complement the mothership

The 123m Project Jupiter from German yard Lurssen is one of the biggest superyacht ever built.

Project Jupiter was launched in October last year and has undergone extensive sea trials in the first part of 2017. To complement the superyacht, Compass Tenders has produced a special limo tender that will be used to ferry guests to and from the new superyacht.

[Photo:51469] Born from a design collaboration between Patrick Banfield from Allseas Design and H2 Yacht Design, the 11.2m Jupiter limo tender is one sleek looking vessel. The design lines are similar to those of the mother ship, also styled by H2 Yacht.

[Photo:51464] In the forward section of the tender there's the Raymarine control and navigational cockpit. Power is provided by two Volvo D4 diesel engines, each delivering 300 hp, providing a top speed of 40 knots.

[Photo:51463] The tender is able to transport up to twelve guests in comfort and privacy thanks to its covered seating area with tinted windows.