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▷▷ 2021 ▷ Behind Lurssen’s Dilbar superyacht

6 julio, 2021


At 512 feet, the Dilbar Superyacht, which was recently delivered to her lucky new owners in May, definitely imparts a whole new meaning to superyacht terminology. Dilbar’s builder, Lürssen Yachts, has its shipyard very close to Bremen, Germany. The launch of Dilbar on November 14, 2015 was a momentous occasion at the German shipyard Lürssen and then delivery took place in 2016. During the construction process, it was called “Project Omar” at Lürssen Yachts.

About Lürssen Yachts

Lürssen is a leading world-renowned designer and builder of warships, yachts and special vessels. As one of the world’s leading superyacht builders, the company designed and built recording mogul and film executive David Geffen’s yacht called “Rising Sun”. The well-known Geffen’s estimated net worth is $ 6 billion, making him one of the richest people in the entertainment industry. In addition, they also built Octopus for Paul Allen, who co-founded Microsoft with Bill Gates, as well as Azzam, which is 180 meters long and the largest private yacht in the world, for Khalifa bin Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, who is president of the Emirates. united arabs.

Lürssen Yachts began on June 27, 1875 in Aumund, Germany, when Friedrich Lürssen, who was only 24 years old at the time, set up a workshop for boat building. Its first construction showed everyone that its trademark was of high quality and originality. His shipyard grew and prospered, and in 1886 he built the world’s first motorboat for the genius of engine-making, Gottlieb Daimler; and the Daimler engine took off in the boating world, as did Lürssen’s boat designs. In 1911, the Lürssen-Daimler speedboat won the Championship of the Sea and then the Grand Prix of Nations and the Prix de la Cote d´Azur that same year.

After the death of Friedrich Lürssen in 1916 at age 65, the company began developing and building remote-controlled ships for the German navy. In 1925, Lürssen launched its 10,000th vessel, in addition to celebrating its 50th anniversary. In 1927, the company built the fastest passenger yacht in the world that could make 34 knots and the longest and heaviest motor yacht in the world. The company continued to grow and prosper with only a few years during the war when business slowed down, and meanwhile, the descendants of Friedrich Lürssen were in power. And, today, the company has built some of the most innovative and massive yachts in the world.

Dilbar Superyacht 2

Fourth largest yacht in the world

After a construction time of 52 months, the Dilbar Superyacht is the fourth largest motor yacht in the world in terms of length and the largest volume currently in existence. Dilbar’s gross tonnage outperforms other yachts, including Al Said with 15,850 tonnes and Azzam with 13,136 tonnes. The world’s largest yacht by length, Azzam, is however smaller than Dilbar by volume. Additionally, the indoor pool on board this massive yacht holds 50,000 gallons of water and is also the largest pool ever installed on a yacht.

Classic interior and exterior design

The 16,000 ton Superyacht Dilbar is propelled through the water by a diesel-electric power plant that is capable of maintaining a constant speed of 22.5 knots. The exterior of this yacht is crafted in timely shades of ivory and bronze based on a classic design by Espen Øino of Monaco. The opulent interior was designed by London-based interior designer Andrew Winch. As with many superyachts that have been built for extremely wealthy people like Usmanov, specific details about Dilbar’s amenities and interior are kept a closely guarded secret.

However, some photos that have appeared show a comfortable interior that revolves around neutral colors and natural fabrics that lend themselves not only to the sheer opulence of the superyacht but also to the extreme comfort of its owner and passengers. Soft blue creams that reflect the color of the ocean adorn several of the cabins. And the seating areas are designed for casual conversation and comfort. In addition, the use of warm wood on the soles, stairs and interior trim makes every area of ​​this yacht cozy and pleasing to the eye. The designers have catered for all the comforts both inside and outside of Dilbar.

Superyacht Dilbar 3

Targeting privacy

The overall design itself provides minimal outdoor space as it aims more for privacy. The exterior of the yacht …



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