Discussion in 'Lurssen Yacht' started by Yacht News, Oct 27, 2016.
Off topic, but indeed.. The story of Azzam is very sad..
Recent views of "Al Lusail" testing some of her tenders.
Compass Tenders brand new 11-meter LIMO "TT Al Lusail"
"Al Lusail" now flying the Qatari flag on her stern.
"Al Lusail" finally departs Germany on delivery.
Currently on its way to Norway.
I like the tender.. matches the mother ship and just looks good in general.
Compass Tenders actually built three tenders... the Limo above which is an 11.2-meter craft. They also built a 9.1-meter utility and an 8.2meter D-rib. All photos by Compass Tenders.
Ah okay and the three looks pretty good to me.
"Al Lusail" has arrived in Gibraltar where she is causing quite a stir. Here is a stunning shot by the well-known photographer 'Superyachts Gibraltar'. Be sure to check out his IG page.
Video of the night arrival of "Al Lusail".
Very impressive photo! I wish there was more deck space and a pool as I have said earlier but it's whatever I guess.
It is highly unlikely that a yacht this size...does not have a pool. It may just be on the interior. The Blohm & Voss "Graceful" has no external pool but she has an internal one which btw has a convertible feature to a dancefloor. See below, for Graceful's internal pool, in dancefloor-mode.
Departure from Gibraltar...
Ah okay got you! Makes since especially with the large interior space I can see that happening. Thanks!
Al Lusail will definitely get a lot of attention in any port she is in due to her highly different and unusual design.
She's currently underway to Tarragona! I remember that Azzam layed there for a couple of months before dissapearing in the middle east.. Hope that Al Lusail doesn't have the same destiny.
I heard that she will be used at the Qatar World Cup as a floating hotel for high end guests.
She didn't stay there in Tarragona for very long and is now headed to Genova Italy. Like elemenoopee said I heard that she will be used at the Qatar World Cup as a floating hotel. I wonder if we will get interior photos of her then.
Earlier I said that Compass Tenders in the UK built three tenders for "Al Lusail" well I was still partially right, three classes of tenders but the number actually is 4 units because she has TWO identical limos, I thought it was just one.