Lürssen delivers Kismet superyacht to owner

After successful sea trials the 122-metre Kismet has been delivered to her owner and has already gone on her maiden voyage towards the shores of Scotland
May 8 2024 3 minutes to read
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The provisional internal volume of Lürssen Kismet is 4900 GT

The owner of Kismet is Shahid Khan, who had previously owned the 95.2-metre Lürssen yacht with the same name, which was later renamed as Whisper

For a long time Kismet had been known as Project Jag. Italian Nuvolari Lenard studio developed the original exterior design of the yacht with a prominent sharp bow, elegant modern lines, fluid elements and an unusual radar mast design. 

The provisional internal volume of Lürssen Kismet is 4900 GT
The provisional internal volume of Lürssen Kismet is 4900 GT

The interiors of the superyacht developed by British Reymond Langton Design are a perfect match for the exterior. With a beam of 17.8 m inside Kismet is more like a luxurious palace with vast spaces than a superyacht. There is abundance of glossy surfaces, all kinds of marbles, complex shapes, multilevel ceilings and a highest level of detailing.

Fireplaces and the dining room on board the Kismet
Fireplaces and the dining room on board the Kismet

The superyacht provides nine guests cabins and quarters for a crew of 40. The guest areas are adorned with video walls and fireplaces, while the stunning central staircase is a piece of art of its own.   

Elaborate staircase on board the Kismet
Elaborate staircase on board the Kismet

In addition to the helipad on the foredeck, the vessel houses designer saloons and lounges. There is an elevator connecting all the main decks, a panoramic dining area, a large swimming pool on one of the top levels, a spa, a dance floor, a gym, a sauna and two cinemas, one of which is open-air. 

Skylounge on board the Kismet
Skylounge on board the Kismet

The garage can accommodate not only a few tenders, but a sailing dinghy, a submarine and a substantial collection of water toys. 

Owner's suite on board the Kismet
Owner's suite on board the Kismet

It is interesting to note that Kismet, which is now on the world’s largest superyachts list, will be available for charter. The agency that represents the owner, Cecil Wright, has revealed the renderings of the interiors and announced that Kismet charters for €3 000 000 per week plus expenses.

Bathroom on board the Kismet
Bathroom on board the Kismet
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