I've read this yacht might be the long-awaited successor to Coral Island.
Are they going to move her to Dock 10?
Feadship is on a roll.
There are a couple of interior pictures of Nahlin on Remi Tessier's webpage. The small portholes will give them away.
Together with 'Crescent', another secretive Luerssen. She has been in Carrara for months now.
Amazing yacht. Really hope Lloyd Werft stays afloat.
'Solaris' is the final name.
I find it interesting that Al Mirqab's interior is a totally different style from the owner's business jet (a wide-body designed by a major French...
Looking at the photos on post #119 ( | Lloyd Werft | 140M | Project 'Solaris' | 2021 |), I'd say the arch is a permanent structure.
This post should answer your question:
I took a screenshot from the first video posted by Maritna_ra. I can't see any underwater lights either.
Solaris hit the water. Apparently her length is 138.96m and Marc Newson was confirmed as the exterior designer.
Her name is "Viva".
Let there be light:
I believe this yacht is owned by the brother of Lonian's owner. And their third cousin also owns a brand-new Feadship.
I guess her name is appropriate - she just GOes :)
Sussurro was ordered by Sheikh A.S. (the first owner of Coral Island and Pelorus), only Ecstasea was ordered by RA.
I don't know if there were any...
Mr. A recently got two Airbus Helicopters ACH145 whose registers are M-SOLO and M-SOLA, so I think Solaris might be the final name.
It makes sense, considering the grey mast.
There are a couple of high-res photos on a popular website. In some of them you can see the port...