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Lürssen is pleased to announce that KISMET, one of their newest deliveries, will be showcased at this year’s Monaco Yacht Show from September 25 – 28, 2024. After leaving the yard in May 2024, KISMET is exploring the Mediterranean before making her grand debut at the show, where she will undoubtedly be the highlight of the exhibition.

Since Kismet is available for charter, Cecil Wright, the Central Charter Agent, is joining Lürssen in exhibiting KISMET. KISMET accommodates up to 12 guests in 8 luxurious cabins and offers exceptional entertainment amenities, diverse culinary experiences, and a comprehensive array of water sports toys and tenders. The yacht also features a Balinese-inspired spa, creating a wellness sanctuary for guests.

Designed by Nuvolari Lenard for the exterior and Reymond Langton Design for the interior, KISMET epitomizes uncompromising luxury and sets a new benchmark for excellence in the yachting industry.

KISMET is equipped with state-of-the-art technology and technical systems characteristic of all Lürssen yachts and is highlighted by a cutting-edge hybrid power train combined with a full-electric mode that will position KISMET among the most powerful superyachts in the world. Other innovative features such as a heat recovery system in the generators for pool water heating, and dynamic positioning for electronic anchoring in sensitive and remote areas, underscore Lürssen’s commitment to sustainability and safety.

Quote from Peter Lürssen, Managing Partner of Lürssen:

“Following in the footsteps of an iconic previous yacht is always a challenge, but with our technical expertise and the outstanding design from Nuvolari Lennard for the exterior and Reymond Langton for the interior, the yacht has exceeded all expectations of the client for whom we have built his third yacht in total.”

Quote from Cecil Wright:
“Having sold the previous 95 m KISMET (now WHISPER) before the Monaco Yacht Show last year, we are delighted to work with Lürssen again to introduce the new KISMET, this time as the Central Agent for charter. She needs to be seen to be believed.”