Monday, November 15, 2021 Ada Yacht Super Yacht Nord The 142 m superyacht Nord was launched by Lürssen at their shipyard near Bremen-Vegesack. Both the exterior and interior design of the yacht are the work of Nuvolari & Lenard. Lurssen Yachts built the Nord, a huge superyacht. Opus was the name of her project. In 2021, she was handed to her owner. Nuvolari Lenard created MY Nord. Specifications of M/Y Nord 2x4.963 HP MTU engines power the Nord yacht. She has a top speed of 20 knots. Interior Design The boat can seat up to 24 guests and 40 crew members. Nuvolari Lenard created her interior design. An enclosed helicopter hangar, two helicopter platforms, a big swimming pool, two elevators, a gym with a sauna, and a theater are among the amenities. Owner of the Yacht M/Y Nord Alexei Mordashov is the yacht's owner. Alexey Alexandrovich Mordashov is a millionaire businessman from Russia. He is the majority shareholder and chairman of Severstal, a Russian conglomerate with holdings in metal, energy, and mining firms. Mordashov's personal net worth was assessed to be US$25.8 billion as of 9 April 2021 by the Bloomberg Billionaires Index, making him Russia's fourth-richest person. Mordashov ranks first among Russian billionaires ($29.1 billion) in the Forbes list, which takes into account the assets of the entire family. He also owns the yacht Lady M, designed by Nuvolari Lenard. Yacht Rental and Sale The yacht is not available for charter. Furthermore, the vessel is not for sale. It is estimated that the average cost of the boat is 500 Million Usd. Nord, a 142m Lürssen superyacht, in her finest light. When the 142-metre Lürssen superyacht Nord made its debut earlier this year, it became the world's tenth biggest yacht. Nord, also known as Opus and Project Redwood, is one of the largest and most mysterious superyachts set to be completed in 2021. We have compiled the greatest images of the acclaimed superyacht. Nord In Germany The 142.6-metre Lürssen superyacht Nord made its debut in 2020 and was delivered in February 2021, following which it proceeded south to explore the Spanish coast before crossing the Atlantic to cruise the British Virgin Islands in the Caribbean. The vessel then returned to Germany, where it was photographed by yacht photographer Dr Duu. Nord has returned to Lürssen Nord was sighted returning to its home port of Lürssen on June 4, where it remained till June 22. It then sailed from the yard to sail to Sardinia and Corsica via Gibraltar. The Decks of the Yacht Nord was designed by the Italian design firm Nuvolari Lenard and has six decks, all of which can be viewed well here. In a recent interview, studio co-founder Dan Lenard described Nord as "a battleship in a tuxedo." The boat is designed primarily for long-distance cruising and global exploration. View from the Back This view shows five of Nord's six decks, with the enormous swimming pool positioned aft of the main deck. Aft of the upper and bridge decks, various sun lounging and dining places can be observed, with the first of two helipads visible overhead. On the lower deck, Nord also has a sports and diving center. The Bow The second helipad is located near the superyacht's bow, which seems golden in this light. The eye-catching plate with Nord's name is also prominently displayed, removing any doubt about the identity of the approaching superyacht. At Night As darkness descends, the aft name plate of the Nord glows, and dazzling lighting fills the decks. One of Nord's tenders, the biggest of which measures 15 meters, can also be seen tethered to the yacht's stern.