Do you want to know how the Lurssen shipyard builds superyachts?
Lürssen designs and constructs yachts, naval ships, and special vessels. Trading as Lürssen Yachts, it is one of the leading builders of custom superyachts such as Paul Allen’s Octopus, David Geffen’s Rising Sun, and Azzam, the largest private yacht in the world at 180 m in length.
With headquarters in Bremen Vegesack and eight shipyards across northern Germany, Lürssen is a firmly established institution in a region renowned for shipbuilding of the highest quality. At facilities with different areas of specialization, we build, repair, and modernize yachts, naval vessels, cruise ships, and other vessels for discerning owners from all over the world. Three of our locations – Bremen, Rendsburg, and Hamburg – have become world-renowned for excellence in the manufacture of luxury yachts.
In this video, we hope to show the answer to the following questions:
How does Lurssen build superyachts?
How does Lurssen assemble yachts?
How does Lurssen manufacture boats?
What does the Lurssen shipyard look like?
What does the Lurssen factory look like?
What is it like to work in a Lurssen shipyard?
Where is the Lurssen shipyard located?
Where are Lurssen yachts manufactured?
Where are Lurssen yachts built?
Founder: Friedrich Lürssen
Revenue: 830 million EUR
Headquarters: Bremen, Germany
Parent organization: Lürssen Maritime Beteiligungen GmbH & Co. KG
Subsidiaries: Blohm+Voss, Norderwerft GmbH & Co KG, Detlef Hegemann Rolandwerft Gmbh & Co. KG
• If you want others to enjoy it, share it.
• If you find it entertaining, give it a thumbs up.
• If you have anything to say, leave a comment.
• If you need to watch it again, save it in a playlist.
Do you want to see more factory tours?
Click here: https://bit.ly/2YqC6U3
All materials used in the video belong to their respective owners and are solely used in a transformative way for education and commentary. In case of copyright concerns, please contact us directly for credit correction or to remove the clip.
#LurssenYachts #LurssenShipyard #LurssenFactory #TheFactoryArchive