Lürssen deliver “Haven”: one of the largest three-deck yachts in the world

The superyacht, “Haven” Project CALI by Lürssen has begun its maiden voyage

25 June 2024 | by Redazione

Lürssen have delivered “Haven”, which was known as Project CALI during construction. The superyacht, with an overall length of 82 metres and a width of 12.5 metres, has already left for its maiden voyage.

This is one of the biggest three-deck superyachts in the world and was created for an expert owner, who loves an active lifestyle and had a very clear vision for their vessel: ample exterior space, a functional layout for family living and lots of space for storing diving equipment and other water toys. For this reason, the design included a 300m2 solarium with sliding wind breaking panels and an equally generous sized beach club extending over the water.


The concept and exterior design of Haven Project CALI were created by Lürssen with a long and low profile, extending out from the bow and stern, giving an impression of “majestic athleticism”. Another distinctive design element is the sinuous engraved designs across the superstructure, inspired by the movement of the ocean waves.

The owner fell in love with the first draft of the design – explains Jim Robert Sluijter, head exterior designer for Lürssen – and, as a consequence, Haven has had very few modifications compared to the original Project CALI. What makes it stand out form other superyachts is its functionality, which focuses mainly on outdoor living. And, thanks to the play of light and transparency of its large windows, all of the interior spaces are also connected to the outside.

The interior of “Haven” Project CALI has been curated by English design studio, RWD, who focused on using natural materials and clean lines, in an asymmetrical space following a dynamic layout design. “We undertook a creative voyage with the owner and their family – says Mattia Mazzucchi, head of interior design for RWD – to create an elegant yet timeless interior space. Each centimetre of Have has been personalised and curated. Pieces of art, capture the attention, and colour is always centre stage.”


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