Awaiting the New World’s Largest Superyacht – Azzam

Project Azzam - World's largest superyacht
Project Azzam – World’s largest superyacht

Having the label of the world’s largest yacht holds a high level prestige in the luxury boating industry.

It looks like another new superyacht is about to be crowned the world’s biggest yacht – Azzam. Under construction in Bremen-Vegesack, Germany is Project Azzam.

As one can imagine, the physical details of any new superyacht under construction is often held in privacy. But industry experts project the new superyacht Azzam to be about 590 feet in length. If true, this boat length would surpass the current world record by 54 feet.

We had previously written about the current world’s current largest yacht. It is Eclipse, the 546-foot superyacht that’s owned by Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich.  Another luxury superyacht that is currently for sale is Cakewalk.

Azzam is being built by a Middle-Eastern billionaire, and the mega-yacht is planned to be built and launched next year. The luxury mega-yacht is estimated to have a steep price of $622 million and is being built of respected German yacht builder Lurssen.

Project Azzam - World's largest superyacht
Project Azzam – World’s largest superyacht – Photo:

There have been exclusive photos of the Azzam superyacht, captured by Pics offer a glimpse of the impressive Azzam with at least six stories high, wide windows on the rear deck, plus upper decks that will dedicated to luxurious staterooms.


Be sure to follow the Azzam superyacht progress as we will update you when we get additional information.

Currently in the works is Project Azzam,a super-yacht under construction in Bremen-Vegesack, Germany. Upon completion, Azzam is slated to take the number one spot as the world’s largest yacht.

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1 Response

  1. Michelle Williams says:

    I’ve heard quite a lot about Azzam, although many reports are only ‘rumoured’ to be the case, due to the secrecy surrounding the build and design; apparently the pictures were snapped when it was transported from the 170m dock to a larger floating dock so Lurssen could attach the bow. Can’t wait to see the images once it has been completed; it will be interesting to know the interior specification.