Lürssen unveils its latest project, 377-foot Enzo
Back in February, the German shipyard, Lürssen Yachts, launched the epic 456-footer, Opus, which now ranks as one of the world’s largest superyachts. Following that suit, the shipyard launched the custom-made 377-foot Enzo off the coast of Northern Germany for new adventures on the high seas.
The 115-metre superyacht is a striking and bespoke creation built for a repeat client who previously owned an 86-metre Lürssen. The owner was extremely impressed with the build process of his first yacht and wanted to replicate the experience. Enzo holds the naval architecture from its builder. At the same time, Nuvolari–Lenard was responsible for the exterior and interior design. Moran Yacht & Ship managed and supervised the project, bringing their broad spectrum of experience and consolidated knowledge. Photo Credit: Lürssen Yachts
“Enzo’s design language is all about connecting her six decks – both the naval and tech elements with the living space – into one whole,” says designer Dan Lenard. “Her three decks integrated into the high bow guarantee sea-keeping in true ocean conditions, while also allowing her an innovative full-beam owner suite duplex.” Enzo encapsulates the true essence of life abroad within its spacious 5000 GT vessel. The yachts aim to create a healthy and family-focused life on board with a full-beam owner suite duplex, a wellness area on the lower deck, and the extra-large gym on the sky lounge deck.
The sleek lines and a high bow promises to deliver performance and sea-keeping abilities in harsh conditions. The superyacht is designed to travel to her destinations in the utmost comfort. In terms of engineering, Enzo is equipped with a heat recovery system in the generators that heats the water for the pool, leading to reduced electrical power and emissions.
Lürssen Yachts have given Enzo the latest engineering systems and marine technology. The superyacht features Dynamic Positioning that enables electronic anchoring in sensitive and remote areas, and protecting the seabed and allowing for safe mooring regardless of water depth.