Lurssen launches 62-meter "Lady Kathryn V" superyacht
The latest in a line of 60-meter superyachts has been launched by German superyacht builder Lurssen. She is the 62-meter successor, the "Lady Kathryn V" built for an experienced owner. In build she was known as Project "Coco" with project management by Moran Ship & Yacht.
She was constructed in steel and aluminum, standing out at just over 200-feet long. Not surprising her naval architecture is in-house by Lurssen. The design comes by Espen Oenio and interior styling and design by Adam Lay Studios.
Lady Kathryn V
is the final name given to the same yacht that might have been known at Project Coco or project 061. Essentially she is a slightly larger near sister to past 60-meter Lurssen builds like the "Linda Lou", "Arkley" and "Solemates II". Up to twelve guests may be slept onboard in her six beautifully done staterooms. A master, a VIP and four double staterooms on the lower deck is how the guest accommodation is divided. All have ensuite bathrooms with them. Delivery of Lady Kathryn V
is expected after her sea trials are completed and all final works.
For more information:
Fr. Lurssen Werft GmbH & Co. KG
Zum Alten Speicher 11
28759 Bremen / Germany