Nuvolari-Lenard has confirmed a few more details about their latest Lurssen build project – Redwood. Project Redwood is a 139-meter motor yacht and Nuvolari-Lenard are responsible for what is expected to be a stunning exterior and interior design.

While we understand that the yacht will be passenger yacht code compliant and have a steel hull with aluminum structure, Nuvolari-Lenard have gone on to say that Redwood will also have space for landing two helicopters on deck, along with the ability to carry a fleet of tenders, some as large as 15 meters.

While all this information echoes of a superyacht that is set for adventures along the final frontiers, Project Redwood will also carry a host of activity with her. A sports and dive center will be located on the lower deck along with an impressively large swimming pool that won’t be fully exposed to the elements of sea. As to be guessed by Project Redwood’s ability to host mega tenders and helicopters, she is set to have long ranging cruise capabilities.

The yacht is still under construction in Bremen where Lurssen is collaborating with the design studio, the owner’s representative, and the build team who previously worked on M/Y Quatroelle. Project Redwood is expected to be delivered in 2019.