emerged from Lürssen’s shed in February. At 192 feet long,
you’d expect her to be voluminous, and as these photos show,
she certainly is, graced with a 37-foot beam. Her elegant lines come
courtesy of Glade Johnson, the famed Pacific Northwest designer who,
despite having styled many yachts worldwide, had never worked with
this German yard. Johnson is also responsible for the interior design,
which features just four guest cabins that are on par with the size
of the main-deck master suite (which itself has an adjacent children’s
cabin). A recording studio, an observation lounge, and two (yes, two)
saloons, each with a dining area, are among Capri’s other
details to follow after the yacht’s summer delivery.
The idea of combining volume and performance is about as old as boatbuilding itself. But sometimes the execution just brings the mix to a precise level that will stop you in your tracks. Check out the 26-knot Sunseeker 95, and see how she came about.
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