The 156-metre superyacht left Germany after handover to her new owners.
Dilbar has completed her first voyage since being delivered to her new owners. The 156-metre superyacht, the biggest in the world by volume, has arrived in Gibraltar after leaving the Lürssen yard last week.
The latest pictures show more detail of the yacht, of which otherwise little is known. A large tinted glass window aft looks like it has the option to open out, and perhaps reveals a beach club area. The crew on the swim platform and upper decks also help to give unprecedented scale to the enormous yacht. The close up of the stern and nameplate reveals membership to two of the world’s prestigious yacht clubs: the Yacht Club de Monaco and the Yacht Club Costa Smeralda in Porto Cervo.
Little is known about the interiors by Andrew Winch Design, although the many large windows in the superstructure suggest there will be plenty of natural light. With little exterior deck spaces, the interiors will play a key role in life on board.
Two large helipads – one on the bow and one on the top deck aft – have been factored into the Espen Øino-designed exterior, and the yacht has kept the same distinctive cream colour as her predecessors.
Whilst in build she was known as Project Omar and had her name plate covered until last week. Lürssen launched her predecessor, the 110-metre Tim Heywood-designed Dilbar, in 2008. She is now called Ona.
Photos: Giovanni Romero / TheYachtPhoto.com