Two great Lürssen superyachts have broken cover in recent weeks. The 88-metre steel and aluminium Quattroelle, which was formerly know as Project Bellissimo, was seen on sea trials in late October after we first brought you news of her in August. Sold by, and with a build supervised by, the technical team at Moran Yacht & Ship, the yacht is scheduled for delivery later this month.

Quattroelle is the first Lürssen yacht designed by Nuvolari Lenard, and there are plenty of stylish aspects to the exterior, including the half-moon scoops out of the main deck superstructure and a distinctive black funnel. With five accommodation decks in all, and a full private owner’s deck, she’s clearly a yacht that can accommodate big groups and she’s sure to be a popular choice with charter parties, with extensive exterior spaces. She’s available for charter in the Caribbean this winter through Moran Yacht & Ship.

Splashing in November at the Lürssen yard is the 87-metre Espen Øino design known as Project Global. The yacht will feature an interior by Reymond Langton and is scheduled for 2014. With a beam of 13.8 metres she boasts impressive volumes. The build is being supervised by Moran Yacht & Ship.

All photos by Klaus Jordan. See more images of both yachts here