With a code name like Project Hawaii, this megayacht evokes images of tropical islands, sandy beaches, and long days in the sun. With a length of 285 feet (87 meters) and transoceanic range, she can treat guests to plenty of these idyllic locales… plus a whole lot more.
Project Hawaii is among the most anticipated megayacht deliveries of the year. Sea trials started in early May, a few months after she made her formal launch at Lürssen. Despite word coming that the London-based design studio Bannenberg & Rowell is responsible for her styling, other details remained confidential.
They still remain confidential… although that has not stopped yacht watchers from trying to guess her real name. One clue came during her sea trials. Indeed, aerial views of her foredeck helipad reveal a beautiful “A” emblem. The video here reveals the logo, too. The videographer who captured the yacht transferring from one Lürssen shipyard to another in this footage, in mid-June, believes the true identity for Project Hawaii is Advantage. We have yet to see photos of her nameboard without covers, however.
Regardless, the yacht, with a volume of 2,950 gross tons, should feature some of the most popular amenities for owners and guests these days, including a big beach club with fold-down sides.
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