FLYING FOX is NOT for Charter and NOT for sale
Project Shu, the 136-meter Lürssen new build, has start of March 2019 been delivered and renamed Flying Fox. Now the world’s 14th largest yacht, Flying Fox has left Germany for Stavanger Norway according to AIS data. The previous yacht to cruise under that name was a 74-meter Nobiskrug.
With an exterior by Espen Oeino and an interior by Mark Berryman, the yacht’s key features include two helipads, capable of hosting the largest helicopters out there. Another highlight of the 136-meter Flying Fox is the large swimming pool located aft of the main deck. The superyacht also boasts large sea terraces, swim platforms for watersports.
Stretching across a beam of 20.5-meters, the yacht had previously completed sea trials in March and May 2018. Interior design reportedly centres around neutral tones and a calm and spacious interior.
With an estimated 9,100 GT, Flying Fox ranks as the 14th largest yacht in the world.
CONSTRUCTION & DIMENSIONS
FLYING FOX features a displacement steel hull and aluminium superstructure, with teak decks. She was built to Lloyds Register PYC classification society rules.
Air Conditioning, Beach Club, Beauty room, Helicopter Landing Pad, Jacuzzi (on deck), Massage Room, Swimming Platform, Tender Garage, Underwater Lights, Swimming Pool
Flying Fox Interior
Mark Berryman is responsible for her interior. We estimate that she will accommodate at least 24 guests and a crew of 40. There are no interior photos available.
Why do new Super Yacht Stop in Norway ?
If the ship enters a port outside the EU and receives various documents stamped, the shipowner will in fact be refunded the German VAT of 19 percent.Knowing that the total price of the yacht is around euro 300 million, the savings on VAT are euro 57million
Shu was one of the primordial Egyptian gods, a personification of air, spouse and counterpart to goddess Tefnut and one of the nine deities of the Ennead of the Heliopolis cosmogony.
Shu, Kazakhstan may refer to: Shu, in the Sozak District in South Kazakhstan Province Town of Shu, in Kazakhstan’s Akmola Oblast
Sichuan, China, officially abbreviated as Shu (蜀)
Shu (state) (conquered by Qin in 316 BC), an ancient state in modern Sichuan
Shu Han (221–263) during the Three Kingdoms Period
Western Shu (405–413), also known as Qiao Shu, a state founded by Qiao Zong during the Eastern Jin Dynasty
Former Shu (907–925) during the Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms period
Later Shu (934–965) during the Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms period
The Book of Documents (Shū 書)
Name: FLYING FOX
Exterior: Espen Oeino
Interior Mark Berryman
Listing ID: 7489