Dreams coming true: 136m superyacht Flying Fox available for charter
The 14th largest yacht in the world in terms of interior volume, 136-metre Lürssen Flying Fox has been listed for charter. The superyacht was sucessfully delivered to a serial owner two months earlier, embarking on a maiden voyage from Bremen to Stavanger, according to Yacht Harbour.
Stretching across a beam of 20.5-meters, the yacht with estimated 9,100 GT of interior volume ranks as the 14th largest yacht in the world. Her dove grey sleek hull lines were developed by Espen Oeino, representing one of his iconic exterior solutions. Meanwhile, her interiors by UK designer Mark Berryman, reportedly focuse on neutral tones and a calm appearance.
The superyacht compliant with PYC can accommodate up to 22 guests across 11 staterooms, along with a crew of 54. The cabins include a master suite on the upper deck with a private Jacuzzi and 10 well-appointed VIPs, all with their own private terrace and en-suite bathrooms.
Flying Fox is also trademarked with a unique in its size 400 square-metre two-floor spa, offering guests a hammam, sauna, massage area, gym and cryo sauna. On the lower deck, the spa area is connected to the sea lounge which comes with a large Jacuzzi, and access to the sea through the dive centre and sea platforms.
Speedwise, the vessel features a cruising speed of 15 knots.