New details emerge about Lurssen’s Project Redwood

Designed by Nuvolari-Lenard

The 139m superyacht Project Redwood was sold in 2015 by Moran Yacht&Ship.

After a period of secrecy, Nuvolari-Lenard unveiled new details about the Lurssen built superyacht. The Venice-based design studio is working on the vessel's concept, exterior and interior design.

Project Redwood will be Passenger Yacht Code compliant and is being built with a steel hull and an aluminium superstructure. The new superyacht will feature accommodation for 36 guests in 20 staterooms.

Nuvolari-Lenard confirms that the superyacht will have the capability for landing two helicopters on the decks. It will carry a fleet of tenders for a range of purposes, including a number of very large tenders of 15m.

For activity enthusiasts, there will be a sports and diving centre located on the lower decks, as well as a large swimming pool, partially protected from the elements. Once delivered, Project Redwood will have efficient, long-range cruising capabilities for independent global exploration.

The superyacht is currently under construction at Lurssen’s facilities in Bremen, and the design studio is collaborating with the same owner’s representatives and build team from Moran Yacht & Ship with which it worked on 88-metre M/Y Quatroelle, delivered in 2013.

Project Redwood is expected to be delivered to its owner in 2019.