Enjoying her first summer season, Aurora departed Lürssen in early June. This family-focused superyacht showcases significant thought into signature design elements.
For example, if you see her close up, you’re sure to notice that her nameplate reflects Art Deco design. This concept continues in her profile with the classic round ports. It continues as well as throughout the interiors. In fact, the owner conveyed quite a clear vision to Winch Design in these regards.
As for the inside relaxation spaces, Aurora needed to strike a balance between capaciousness and coziness. With about a 43-foot (13-meter) beam, surely elbow room wasn’t an issue. The skylounge takes full advantage of the beam. Still, though, the owner wanted everyone to feel they could spread out among the six decks without feeling lost in space. One especially thoughtful touch is how every stateroom has its own look and feel. Another nice touch is the use of art.
What’s all the more interesting about this superyacht, however, is that Aurora is the owner’s first fully custom project. Not that he or his family had never set foot on the water. On the contrary, they’ve been enjoying the cruising lifestyle for a number of years. Over those years, they made note of what they liked and what they didn’t like, channeling all those thoughts into Aurora.
Here’s Aurora during her sea trials.