Lürssen launches 378ft/ 115m project Enzo— designed by Nuvolari Lenard— for repeat client
Lürssen launched project Enzo, a 378ft/115m superyacht, built for a repeat client who previously owned a 282ft/ 86m Lürssen.
Lürssen, the privately-run, north German yacht builder, was founded in 1875. With the build of one of the world’s first motorboats in 1886, the pioneer Friedrich Lürssen laid the foundation for his leading international shipyard, which today has an outstanding reputation among yacht owners and within the yachting industry.
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