Lürssen Yachts

Yachts Built on Family Bonds Since 1875

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Why Choose Lürssen

Why Choose Lürssen

Legacy of Craftsmanship

A family-run German shipyard since its inception in 1875, yacht builder Lürssen is now in its fourth generation of private ownership. With headquarters in Bremen-Vegesack and five yards in north Germany employing more than 1000 craftsmen and 200 engineers, Lürssen is responsible for building some of the world’s finest custom luxury yachts. With a fleet that ranges from 33 to 200 metres, Lürssen yacht launches include some of the most iconic vessels in the world.

Why Choose Lürssen

An Exclusive Experience

With many of the world’s top 20 largest yachts having been built by the yard, and a formidable reputation for quality and experience, owning or building a Lürssen yacht is akin to joining one of the most select clubs in the world.

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The Lürssen Story

The Lürssen Story

A World Leader In Quality And Originality

The story began in 1865 when 24 year old Friedrich Lürssen, having trained as a boatbuilder, set up his own workshop in Aumun, near Bremen, Germany. His first vessel, a racing rowboat, demonstrated considerable quality and originality in design. As word got out that Lürssen boats were not only beautifully designed, but also fast and successful in regattas due to their precise and lightweight construction, the order book started to grow.

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The World’s First Motor Boat

11 years later, in 1886, inventor and engine manutacturer Gottleib Daimler, looking for a boat to test his new engine, commissioned Freidrich to build it for him. The 6-meter Rems that was constructed would be the world’s first motor boat.