Lurssen launches 68.50-meter "Hermitage"
German superyacht manufacturer Lurssen recently launched yet another luxury yacht. This latest yacht is the fifth yacht successfully launched by Lurssen for 2010. She is called "Hermitage" and has a LOA of 68-meters. Hermitage
has a design penned by Espen Oeino and interior conceptualization by Andrew Winch Designs.
can sleep twelve guests in six cabins comfortably. Her interior is likely spacious especially with a 12.80-meter beam overall. She sits just about twelve feet in the water. The external appearance features a white on black paint scheme where the black masks most of the windows on the superstructure and covers the main mast as well.
There is tender space in aft garages likely served by twin hatch doors. A large pool is located on the sundeck, forward of the main mast while there is a jacuzzi forward, over looking the bow on the upper deck. Directly forward of the hot tub, appears to be storage space, maybe for a rescue tender or few PWC's.
The steel yacht now joins the list of successfully launched yachts by Lurssen this year. The other yachts launched include the massive 124-meter "Katara" (ex. Project Crystal), 87-meter "Phoenix2" (ex. Project J-24), 60-meter "Solemates" (ex. Katie-Sue II) and the 85-meter "Pacific" (ex. Project Josi). Hermitage
was launched by Lurssen on the 29th of October 2010.
For more information:
Fr. Lurssen Werft GmbH & Co. KG
Zum Alten Speicher 11
28759 Bremen / Germany