Credit: Steffen Mayer/Superyachtblog

The yacht's exterior was designed by Espen Aino and the interiors by Dölker + Voges.

The new 90-meter yacht Lürssen Project 1601, which is undergoing sea trials, has received the name Norn. Delivery of the vessel is expected at the end of April.

The yacht features a functional exterior design with a reverse bow, rectangular windows, and conservatory glazing on the upper deck. The plan was created by designer Espen Aino, who also collaborated with Lürssen on the design of the 70.7-meter yacht Skat.

The interiors of Project 1601 were created by Dölker + Voges. It is known that they will follow the exterior design of the yacht. Cornelsen & Partner was the project manager throughout the construction of the yacht.

For Lürssen, Norn is one of two yachts launched in February 2023, following the delivery of the 145m Project Luminance. Currently, the yard also has the 122-meter Project Jag and the 142-meter Project Alibaba at various stages of construction.

Lurssen is one of the world's leading shipyards specializing in constructing luxury megayachts. The Lurssen shipyard builds yachts from 60 to 200 meters in length, and they are known for their luxury and innovative technology. Some famous yachts built at Lurssen include the 180-meter Azzam, the 156-meter Dilbar and the 137-meter Rising Sun.

Credits: Steffen Mayer/Superyachtblog

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