The 158m Lurssen superyacht, Project Blue, launched this morning at the Lurssen’s Bremen shipyard. The vessel, which has a volume of 15,32o GT, is set to become the fifth-longest superyacht in the world and the second-longest Lurssen, after Dilbar.

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Project Blue at her Bremen shipyard. Photo: Léandre Loyseau / SuperYacht Times

During construction, Project Blue has been largely kept under wraps with little information available regarding the superyacht. Pictures released at the launch provide a first look at the enormous vessel.

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Blue’s beach club aft. Photo: Léandre Loyseau / SuperYacht Times

In images captured, the superyacht can be seen sporting two helicopter landing sites, one at the bow and a smaller helipad aft.

Additionally, there is a spacious alfresco entertaining area on each of the four upper decks, as well as a swimming platform connected to a beach club.

Lurssen Project Blue
Photo: Léandre Loyseau / SuperYacht Times

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