Lurssen’s Apoise (formerly known as project Marlin). The 67-meter (around 220 feet) yacht has been delivered to her owner. She was designed by Espen Oeino to offer a lot of space without an ungainly length. There are six decks with four guest cabins with king size beds on the lower deck and the main deck includes the owners suite, the main salon with a dining area and a round glass elevator in the lobby. The bridge deck has another VIP cabin on the starboard side, a full beam salon and an interior/exterior dining area. On the upper deck there is a bar/gym and a large Jacuzzi. Apoise can hit a top speed of 16 knots. Hopefully she’ll make it to the charter market so we can get those all important interior shots.
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