Creating magnificent sea travelers like the 136m Flying Fox superyacht might not be a business for everyone. But the German manufacturer Lurssen certainly knows what is in the wishlist of the high class, when it refers to the entertaining cruises, packed with expensive amenities. And due to their knowledge they can risk to dream bigger than ever now. It breaks all the skepticism of experts, producing luxurious superyachts with innovative components.
The designer team deserves a standing ovation, with Espen Oino being the head. He is notable for having his investment in the creation of the biggest charter yacht in the world. But the designer does not see much difference in working for a yacht that falls short of 80m or for the 136m Flying Fox Superyacht. He explains the inspiration as a combination of his vision and the wish of the customer. And when two of them are in harmony, you get such an extremely beautiful watercraft that deserves its multi-million dollar price.
This is another collaboration with ‘Imperial Yachts’ and Mark Berryman for the Lurssen Shipyard. And it surely stands among the top list of 100 meters+ yachts by the company. The last five years have been quite productive for Lurssen, as 7 such gorgeous watercrafts have been under successful construction.
136m Flying Fox Superyacht – The Performance is too Good to be Real
Even after passing years of study on discovering some of the complex techniques that 136m Flying Fox Superyacht has gone through to have its today’s look and performance, one would find it difficult to create a similar watercraft, which would be equally powerful. White, clean lines support sleekness of the magnificent cruiser. The shiny look from every angle is a reflection of huge windows or maybe, the edges of grey. The mixture of steadiness with softness and the tough look on some parts let you ponder over – is its dominant design the masculine or the feminine?
Unless you become one of the important guests on the 136m Flying Fox Superyacht that does not move until the 36 seats are occupied by the equal number of guests, it will be hard to imagine the level of comfort on the waves at the cruising speed of 17 knots. The attraction is not only the sea views, but also the ideal interior solutions with a wide range of amenities to benefit from. The 22,5 meters of beam is spacious – no doubt why it can fit in so much interest and joy. 11 cabins with
highly artistic and sophisticated decorations are responsible for the guests’ calm night time.
Wellness is the Synonym for 136m Flying Fox Superyacht
The vast space for a two deck spa of 400 square meters has a lot to offer to the special guests. Zen-inspired beds for your lounge time, as well as your timepass around the firepit will deliver the most thrilling sensations that you’ll find on board. The head spinning atmosphere that refreshes your nostrils not only with the sea weather but also with the odour of the Mediterranean plants.
Many world-class spa components like yoga sessions and massage are available with a high standard of privacy. The design here is full of Japanese inspirations. The color scheme is neutral, and the materials used in building the suites are natural. Leather, bamboo, marble… the blend is quite extravagant. 136m Flying Fox Superyacht manages to smoothly transfer the feeling of importance from cabin to cabin. This is done by maintaining equal proportions along with the artistic decor. The upper deck benefits from it too. However, here you have an addition – the oval bath with coral mosaic shower wall.
5-Star Atmosphere in a Nutshell
The inviting interiors on each of the decks of 136m Flying Fox Superyacht are picturesque with seating pads to enjoy the time at al-fresco table. Chef evenings on order will make your dining more delicious thanks to the exterior galley. Sea food is highly nutritious, and when it’s delivered by Michelin star chefs, your palate needs nothing but longer chews. Gatherings around the firepit might be your next need after you have had bits of your favourite dish: if you are up for swallowing the night sky with a glass of whiskey in your hand – there you go!