The Venice based yacht design studio run by Carlo Nuvolari and Dan Lenard has been talking about Project Redwood, the 139-metre motor yacht, under construction at Lürssen’s facilities in Bremen
Their firm; Nuvolari-Lenard is working on the vessel’s concept, exterior and interior design.
The design team are collaborating with the same owner’s representatives and build team from Moran Yacht & Ship with which it worked on 88-metre Quatroelle, delivered in 2013
Built to be Passenger Yacht Code compliant she is being constructed with a steel hull and an aluminium superstructure and will have the capability for landing two helicopters on the decks.
In service the yacht will carry a fleet of tenders for a range of purposes, including a number of very large tenders of 15 metres.
A sports and diving centre located on the lower decks, as well as a large swimming pool, partially protected from the elements are also included in the design.
Expected to be delivered to its owner in 2019, Project Redwood will have efficient, long-range cruising capabilities for independent global exploration.
Founded in 1992, Nuvolari-Lenard has designed dozens of high-profile superyachts and won numerous industry awards for its ground-breaking design work.
In 2016, the cumulative length of delivered yachts designed by them was 960 metres. If you add in the cumulative length of yachts currently under construction that have been designed by them that figure rises to one in excess of a kilometre.