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December 18, 2018

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Project Redwood, the 142-meter superyacht currently in-build at Lurssen, has now been moved to a floating dock as footage from social media shows. Due for delivery in 2020, according to Yacht Harbour.

First announced in December 2015, Project Redwood was designed by Nuvolari Lenard. Features mentioned at the time include a sports and diving center on the lower deck, a number of tenders of up to 15 meters and two helipads. Expected to be built to PYC regulations, the yacht could have 20 staterooms for up to 36 guests.

Photo by @drDuu

One of the largest projects known to be in development at the German shipyard, Project Redwood was the largest yacht ever sold by a brokerage firm according to Robert Moran, Moran Yacht & Ship's president. The design working on this project is the same that worked on building the 88-meter Quattroelle.

Project Redwood is also being referred to as Project Opus according to social media posts. The 142-meter is set to become one of a string of megayachts to be launched and delivered by Lurssen, which recently included the 135-meter Crescent, the 111-meter TIS and the 123-meter Al Lusail amongst others. 

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