Lurssen 66-meter Superyacht "Ester III" Finishes Seatrials

One of the recent launches from German custom superyacht manufacturer Lurssen finished her seatrials. The 66-meter Project 'Green', now christened "Ester III" went through her paces in the Baltic sea under what has been described as 'perfect conditions' on the 28th and 29th of July, 2014. 

Under clear directions from the Owner, Espen Oeino has given superyacht Ester III a very masculine appearance. Her white and grey painting and her vertical bow underline this strong character. With a length of 66-meter and a beam of 11.90-meter she accommodates all of the owner’s requirements including a large pool on the main deck and a helicopter pad on the sun deck.

The interior of luxury yacht Ester III, which is being installed right now, is designed by Reymond Langton and the elaborate design, the joinery work as well as the loose pieces of furniture made by Silver Lining, will stun those who will have the privilege to come aboard. Delivery of Ester III is expected for Autumn 2014. 

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