Superyacht M/Y AHPO


Superyacht M/Y AHPO, one of the world’s most luxurious and highprofile charter yachts on the market today, has been listed for a groundbreaking 330 million Euros. Hadag takes a closer look…

Commissioned by an experienced and knowledgeable owner, the 115-metre Superyacht AHPO Lurssen yacht was delivered in 2021 and is considered one of the most exciting new superyachts to enter the global fleet. AHPO is the second craft that the team at Moran Yacht & Ship have built for the owner over a long productive relationship.

She boasts incredible volume and can accommodate 16 guests across eight immense staterooms. She has a further four staff cabins for pilots, a nanny or bodyguards and is attended to by a professional full-time crew of 36.

Moran Yacht & Ship broker, Kevin Callahan, said that M/Y AHPO is a one-of-a-kind yacht with incredible build quality and meticulous attention to detail throughout.

“The thought that went into her design and layout, along with the sheer number of materials used throughout, is incredible,” Callahan enthused. “The yacht’s guest amenities are world-class, from her full-service spa and beauty room to her gorgeous beach club and full-beam gym, one of the best gyms ever put on a yacht.”

He added: “She will appeal to an active owner or larger family as she has been purposefully designed to maximise family life and time spent on the water. Building a similar vessel would take around five years, so this is an incredibly rare opportunity to acquire an almost new superyacht – with the major machinery still under warranty – that is truly unmatched.”


AHPO’s exterior and interior design is by Nuvolari Lenard, a prominent Italian luxury yacht design firm.

One of the most striking exterior features of M/Y AHPO is her elegant half-moon windows and crisp white hull contrasted by sweeping stripes of black.

Her jaw-dropping interiors are designed with elegance and comfort in mind, with softtoned and contemporary-style furnishings throughout. Natural lines and organic patterns create harmonious spaces that encourage relaxation and foster a connection with nature.

Her many features include a fully commercial helipad, a penthouse-inspired two-storey owner’s suite, an eight-metre swimming pool, several Jacuzzis, a 12-seat cinema with LED star-studded ceilings and a large winter garden on the aft deck that can be completely open or closed. Her garage is filled with just about every water toy you can think of, along with five supporting tenders, including two 12-metre one-off tenders from I.C. Yachts.


M/Y AHPO boasts cutting-edge technology and engineering systems, including dynamic positioning for electronic anchoring, zero-speed stabilisers and Low E glass and heat recovery systems to reduce power consumption and ultimately the number of emissions generated.

According to Callahan, AHPO has proved a popular charter vessel and was well received during her first Mediterranean charter season, with charter destinations, including the French Riviera, Spain, Italy, Sardinia, Corsica, Greece and Turkey. She has also cruised extensively around the Caribbean, including Jamaica.

The success of her inaugural Mediterranean charter season proved that her operational costs can be significantly offset without difficulty.