Abeking & Rasmussen Yachts are built in its yacht building center at Lemwerder, Germany. Yacht builders George Abeking and Henry Rasmussen founded the Lemwerder yacht-building shipyard in 1907 and have produced over 6,400 sailing yachts, motor yachts and mega-yachts since that time. Abeking & Rasmussen feature environmentally friendly workshops containing high-yield production facilities for yacht and boat construction. Abeking & Rasmussen yachts generally start at a minimum of 98 feet in length. SWATH ship technology is adapted for efficiency, speed and comfort, while the use of varied materials such as wood, aluminum, steel, non-magnetically steel, or fiberglass is used in construction. Abeking & Rasmussen's technical perfection is shown in the motor yacht; Excellence III, a 185 foot mega-yacht launched at the end of 2001, which won the 2001 Superyacht Award for Best Power Interior. In 2008 A&R - as the yard is known by insiders - delivered its 2 largest new build yachts in history: The 78.4 meter yacht “Eminence”, and another 78.4 meter yacht bearing hull number 6479. The SWATH-concept as a yacht is becoming quickly adapted and the first ever built SWATH type yacht (Silver Cloud) was rewarded with the World Superyacht Technology Award. Abeking & Rasmussen shipyard, as a specialist in yacht building, professes a policy that no other ship is so charged with emotion as a yacht - so personal that it stands for an owner’s dream come true. On that basis it is the yacht builder’s task to transform the dream into reality, with a functional and reliable outcome, without aesthetic compromises. Each new yacht is unique, made to mirror the style and philosophy of its owner. Since the opening of its first yacht building yard on the Weser River, Abeking & Rasmussen yachts has grown into a large complex housing five halls for ships and yachts up to 72 meters, as well as office buildings on a convenient inner harbor equipped with a synchrolift. Refitting of yachts is also a specialty of Abeking & Rasmussen, offering expert craftsmanship and technical service through total yacht reconstruction. While refitting, yacht crews can be housed in the shipyard’s own apartments. Abeking & Rasmussen can be reached via the Bremen airport, rail, or A-1 & A-27 motorways.
To truly portray her illustrious name, “Eminence”, this yacht must clearly soar head and shoulders above the fleet in design and performance; through build and production, as well as that crucially important measure of ‘eclat – Pedigree. Beauty, of course, is a given; as well as archetypical excellence. Here also, gratefully sanctioned, is an acquiescent nod to the Lady’s long-standing forebears, which have held a leading position in yachtdom for, yes, a Century.
German superyacht builder Abeking & Rasmussen weaved their way into the spotlight this weekend with the rolling out of their latest superyacht project. This yacht is a 74.5-meter vessel that stands four decks above the waterline. Her beam is a healthy 12.8-meters overall or just over 42-feet. She was built under project number 6502 to a design by Harrison Eidsgaard. Eidsgaard was also responsible for the interior of this build. The general platform is noticeable based on what we have been seeing from A&R in the last few builds but the styling from Eidsgaard is what sets this yacht apart.
The near 80-meter steel hull of the Abeking & Rasmussen project 6505 was revealed recently when it was launched at a yard (Szczecin Shipyard) in Poland. The hull will now make its way to Germany and finally at A&R's completion facilities in Lemwerder. This yacht will perhaps look nothing like anything this yard have completed before and should be very exciting to await the vessel's completion in 2019.
The flagship of German superyacht builder Abeking & Rasmussen has been splashed. The 98-meter superyacht is the next superyacht for an experienced owner who spends alot of time onboard. It is a step-up in size for them too as this one is 98-meters LOA. The design of the new "Aviva" is by Reymond Langton in collaboration with Toby Silverton, showcasing a relatively straight and long bow. Certain design attributes are reminiscent of the owner's previous yacht but that is perhaps where the similarities end.
German builder Abeking & Rasmussen’s latest superyacht, the 72.5-meter explorer yacht "Cloudbreak" is nearing delivery status. She is expected to be handed over to her owner at the end of this month. True to her explorer genes, the yacht is expected to leave and embark on a circumnavigation of the globe. During the globe-trotting trip, charter guests are welcomed to tag-along as the yacht is anticipated to visit rare and remote areas of the world.
German builder Abeking & Rasmussen recently rolled-out their first launch of the new year. The custom-built superyacht is a 72.5-meter vessel designed by Espen Oeino. The design looks reminiscent of another Oeino design from 2015, "Ester III". This A&R superyacht already has her nameplates installed and it is easy to see what she is called -"CloudBreak"-. The yacht received its name from one of the 10 best surf spots in the world -this one located off Fiji in the Pacific-. Once delivered CloudBreak should be A&R's fourth-largest launch behind "Secret", "Kibo" and "RoMEA". Of course A&R has a new flagship under construction measuring a significant 98-meters. While Espen Oeino's work on the exterior is evident, the interior is by French designer Christian Liaigre with many of the furniture pieces and arrangements done by PH-Design.
A new superyacht project is going up For Sale in the market and this time it is one being proposed to be built by German manufacturer Abeking & Rasmussen. The new yacht is designed off the hull of their 82-meter superyacht "Kibo". If a contract is signed, the yacht could be delivered in three years. Andrew Winch is in on the design and offers an elegant solution utilizing the Kibo platform. The project right now is asking €126 million and is ready to build immediately.
German superyacht manufacturer Abeking & Rasmussen just launched their latest superyacht and first for 2015. She is a full displacement yacht, sistership to the 2014 built "Kibo"(6497). The yacht was built under yard number 6498 and to no surprise features exterior design penned by Terence Disdale, just like her sister. The German yard (A&R) has not yet commented on the launch of 6498, now called "Dartwo" and details are very much still under wraps. However, Dartwo is a five deck superyacht with a GRT of around 2,300. She was built with a steel hull and aluminum superstructure sporting Naval Architecture by Abeking & Rasmussen themselves. The yacht is now outside in the open and at A&R's outfitting berth being prepared for sea trials and then subsequent delivery to her owner. YF will keep you informed as more details come to hand.