AURORA yacht was delivered in 2017 and is one of 103 yachts within her size category. Custom built by Lurssen, the cost of running this superyacht per year is approximately $10 Million.
She was originally known as Project Gatsby, due to the influences of the roaring twenties.
AURORA yacht interior
The interior of the AURORA yacht is strongly inspired by the Art Deco style of the 1920s. The design has influenced by several designers from that era.
Responsible for this luxurious design is Winch Design, one of the world’s most successful yacht designers.
Every deck has spaces created for families, and the interior is highlighted by the lighting fixtures all around the yacht.
The interior of AURORA is also quite a bit larger than other yachts of similar size, partly because of the full-beam sky lounge.
One of the more impressive areas on the yacht. She is one of the yachts with the most interior volume in the world, so there is plenty of space for her guests.
The AURORA yacht measures 74 meters (243 ft) in length and has a 13,2 meters (43,4 ft) beam. Her draft is 3,75 meters (12,4 ft), and she reached a top speed of 18 knots.
Her cruising speed is 14 knots, and she has a range of more than 4000 nautical miles.
Compared to other yachts in her size range, AURORA has a top speed of 0,09 knots over the average and a cruising speed of 1,06 knots above the average. She is powered by two MTU engines.
She has the space to accommodate up to sixteen guests and a twenty-two-person crew.
As well as designing the interior of the AURORA yacht, Winch design is also responsible for the design of her exterior, with stainless steel and mahogany furnishings.
The Art Deco inspiration continues here, with circular portholes and curved lines.
The naval architecture was developed by Lürssen, and AURORA has a steel hull and a teak deck. The superstructure is made of aluminum.