Discussion in 'Lurssen Yacht' started by German Yachting, Nov 12, 2015.
i just saw another photo oh this beahmiuth with the mast installed. Quite huge. I'm
Part of your post seems to be missing??
The "I'm" is not supposed to be there. The iPhone has its own mind.
She was actually launched today and for me she looks like a Oeino design. What a massive boat!
It is huge. No question that it will be the new Dilbar.
Her name is visible enough to be read, and I think it's Dilbar
The float out
Definitely the new "Dilbar" If the colours aren't a give away... the general design... is similar too also the nameplate they are hiding looks like that too.
She really is huge. I am not a fan of the paint scheme but as a design she is much better balanced than Topaz.
There seems to be an interesting feature at the stern (a large opening with a big glass window?) that I am hoping we get a better look at soon.
I'll be interested in seeing if she has a helicopter hanger. The old one always had a heli on board and she has a large aft pad. For being so large, she doesn't have a bad design. I think I like topaz more but definitely better than some of the other extremely large and voluminous yachts out there.
If the vessel is called Dilbar,then what happens with the existing Dilbar?
Some of the windows lines on the midhull resembles quatroelle.
One of the best proportioned design,among Lursen built boats
Pretty sure she is for sale
She is definitely one of the most beautiful yachts I've ever seen, I wonder why The owners (Being multi-billionaires) wouldn't just keep both Dilbars ?
The need probably isn't there. I'd assume that you would always favor the newer yacht with the nicer features. The new Dilbar isn't a bad design but she has a ton of volume. It looks like she has a whole deck of crew accommodations on the bottom and more space below that. I'm curious what that area will be for.
Very true about the design.... If I was the owner I would have more deck space and multiple pools (think topaz) , But I still like this one. Defenetly one of the best lurssens.
Very balanced design that avoided the "stacked cake" effect. Interesting aft facing radar scanner on the mast.
The key design feature to this yacht's appearance is the decision to have the foredeck one deck higher than usual then carry that the whole way to the stern- not split decks like on Topaz. This feature also makes me wonder whether there is a helicopter hangar under the foredeck- there would be more than enough space.
You can definitely see some of the brown accents... that the present "Dilbar" has on Project 'Omar'.
Photo by CH Images
I saw a article on another site that her exterior is designed by Espen Oeino and her interior is designed by Andrew Winch. Anybody want to confirm ??