Discussion in 'Lurssen Yacht' started by Milow232, Mar 2, 2012.
I like it - looks very Russian. Andrew Winch is a very talented designer.
Nice looking interior. Just wish there would be a full feature in some magazine for her.
Probably they got confused with all these names during her built. lol
germanyachting are you referring to "ACE"? I wrote to Sylke auf dem Graben from Lürssen a few weeks ago and she said that they do not have the permission to feature her in magazines at the moment...sorry! After these new photos I do not give up hope..
Two 'new' photos exist on the Lurssen site of "ACE"...
Lürssen | Yachts
An absolute lovely photo of Ace in Miami downtown thought I would share... I think superyachts bound next to skysrappers look great!
Miami Luxury | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
That's definitely a nice photo! "Garcon" must have been around since the J-Craft is on her stern.
"ACE" left ANU now and she is underway bound for Grenada. Interestingly "Garcon 4 ACE" is still in ANU... maybe she will leave in a few days and follow her.
"ACE" is leaving the southern Caribbean heading north to St. Martin.
Lürssen recently added a short but nice video of "ACE" featuring her beautiful sun shades and deck arrangements! (also of "Valerie" and "Phoenix2) You can visit their website through our banners.
Very nice! HD! Shows a nice view of the toys on Garcon, like if we didn't know anybetter!
"Ace" is apparently for charter asking 1,000,000 euros... same price like "Quattroelle".
You can also charter her with her fast support vessel "Garcon 4 Ace" for 1,250,000 euros!
Well, there are persons around that can afford it!
I assume the above is the weekly rate?
Yep. I would assume that as well.
Because she's a very big boat ......
Everytime I see the interior pictures of a yacht that I love(exterior Look) I cringe. I know its their money, and beauty is in the eye of the beholder but please. I feel they are so disconnected from the ocean/sea that they sit on.
To date the only interior I liked was pelorus and mad summer. They are elegant yet slight casual where you don't feel weird being in them not wearing a **** tuxedo
Just in early November "Ace" was taken out of the water at the Berne Shipyard, another Lürssen yard in Bremen. In total the Lürssen Group has got 7 shipyard facilities in northern Germany.
She will stay there until February 2014 for a 4 months refit including repair and refurbishment works.
You do bring up a point. I do not think that the exterior and the interior match well. I thought that she would be a little bit more modern and light. I love all of the work, but if I had that cash I would have done it a little differently.