Nuvolari-Lenard hired for design on 456-foot superyacht

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Project Redwood is being built with a steel hull and an aluminum superstructure.

Project Redwood is being built with a steel hull and an aluminum superstructure.

Nuvolari-Lenard was contracted to do the exterior and interior design on Project Redwood, a 456-foot superyacht that is being built at the Lurssen yard in Bremen, Germany.

The design studio is collaborating with the owner’s representatives and with the build team from Moran Yacht & Ship.

Nuvolari-Lenard said the superyacht will be passenger yacht code-compliant and is being built with a steel hull and an aluminum superstructure. It will have two helipads and can carry a fleet of tenders, including models longer than 50 feet.

There also will be a sports and diving center on the lower decks and a swimming pool that will be partially protected from the elements.

The yacht, which is expected to be delivered in 2019, will have long-range cruising capabilities.

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