Polar Star

Lurssen Motor Yacht for Sale







Cabin Configuration

Offered at:


Approx. Conversion:



United States



213.81 ft
/ 65.17 m


41 ft



Year Built


Year Refit


Cruising Speed

14 Knots

Max Speed

15.5 Knots


2 X CAT hp

Gross Tonnage

1495 tons




Cayman Islands

214’ ( 65.17m) Lurssen motor yacht POLAR STAR is a new addition the Eastwind Yachts Sales fleet. 
This exceptional ship was delivered in 2005 and underwent an extensive refit in 2016 and is continuously upgraded. POLAR STAR accommodates 12 guests in 5 luxurious staterooms.
Her new interior gives off a feeling of comfortable sophistication, with soft ocean tones throughout the ship. Commodious well-designed areas for guest entertainment and relaxation. 

The superyacht has a beam of 12.6m, a draft of 3.7m and a volume of 1,495GT. 
POLAR STAR exceptional range and ice class hull allow her to cruise to locations not frequented by most yachts.


Builder: Lürssen
Year/Refit: 2005/2021
Loa: 65.17m (214 ft)
Beam: 12.6m (42 ft)
Draft: 3.9m (12.8 ft)
Classification: MCA, Lloyds +100A1, LMC-UMS, Ice Class 1-D
Gross tons: 1495 Tons
Net tons: 448 Tons
Displacement: 1394
Designer: Espen Oeino
Naval architect: Espen Oeino International
Interior designer: FM Architettura
Hull colour: Grey Stone
Cruise speed: 14 Knots (approx)
Maximum speed: 15.5 Knots (approx)
Range: 7000 nm (approx)
Fuel capacity: Approx 7,000 nautical miles at 12 knots
Domestic fresh water  190,000 Litres
capacity: 20,800 Litres
Deck-wash fresh water: 18,500 Litres
Grey water capacity: 48,000 Litres
Fuel consumption: 300 l/hr @ 12 knots
Propulsion: PROP SHAFT
Gearboxes: Reintjes 4:1 ratio with hydraulically operated
Steering: Two fixed pitch propellers NiBral
Rolls Royce independent rudder systems each
with two hydraulic pumps.
Bow Thruster: Brunvoll 220 kW
Stern Thruster: Schottel 200 kW
Stabilizers: Quantum Zero Speed XT-Series with At Anchor
stabilizer function.

3 x Caterpillar 3406 DI-TA generators – 285 kwH
each -with block heaters

1 x Cat emergency generator – 150 kwH – with
block heaters Located in the mast.

Diesel motors and generators are elastically
mounted to reduce structure borne noise

The generator sets dry exhaust systems are fitted
with HUGS soot, catalytic converter filters and
silencers exiting through the Stack. Generators
were Rebuilt in October 2019

Generator hours:

Gen 1: 7209 (Feb-2023)

Gen 2: 5900 (Feb-2023)

Gen 3: 7213 (Feb-2023)




400 V, 50 Hz, 3 phases for power consumers
230 V, 50 Hz, 1 phase for small equipment and

110 V, 60 Hz, 1 phase for small portable domestic
equipment in Owner’s and guests’ cabins/
bathrooms and wheelhouse (via Converter 20 kW)

24 V DC for monitoring, external communication,
different nautical and other consumers

Emergency Switchboard for:

– Emergency illumination

– Navigation light

– Navigation equipment

– Radio system

– Rescue boat crane

– Steering gear

– Firefighting pump

– Provision refrigeration system

– Battery charging units

– High-fog system

– Emergency generator room supply fan

– One start air compressor

– Bilge pump

– Alarm and monitoring system

Shore power:

2x Shore connection cables of 30 m length stored
on reel.

2 TRAFOTEK transformer 125 kVA

type 3 PUK 350/490

output: 400/230V 50Hz

input 380/400/420V/50Hz

2 Shore connection box, fitted with fuses,
voltmeter with selector switch, phase sequence
indicator and reverse phase rotation switch to
find the correct connection. Phase sequence is
supervised for interlocking functions.


Battery Chargers:

The following 24 V DC units are provided:
2x 50A Rectifier/battery charger to charge the
battery and supply the monitoring system and
different consumers.

1x 25A Charging Rectifier to charge the starting
battery of the emergency generator set.

2x battery charger for SSB

Air Conditioning

2 x Carrier chilled water units, each with 2x compressors

3 x AC air handler units
Separate thermostats & fan controls for all accommodation areas

Other Machinery

Water makers: 2 x HEM reverse osmosis type: 23m³/day (Total: 46m³/day)
Water heaters: 3 x water heaters heated by immersion heaters. (Total cap: 1500 litres) The domestic freshwater system consists of the following main parts:
– 1 freshwater pressure tank units
– 3 water heater with and immersion heater (2 x 10 kW) made of
stainless steel
– 2 freshwater feeding pump (one running, one standby)
– 2 hot water circulation pump
– 2 UV-sterilizing units
– 1 silver ionization injection unit
– 1 water softener
– 5-micron Filters in addition to activated charcoal freshwater treatment prior to consumers


The bilge system is operated by 2 electrically driven centrifugal pumps and
2Bilge ejectors. The centrifugal pumps are also used as fire and ballast pumps.
The pressure side of the bilge ejector can also be operated by each fire pump.
The suction lines of the bilge ejectors are connected to the bilge main. Each
watertight compartment has a suction strum box to the bilge main.
Additionally, the engine room is fitted with two direct suctions from the
suction side of the fire/bilge pumps, and one emergency suction from one
chilled water pump. One ejector is installed for draining chain locker and fore



Access to the sundeck is via an exterior staircase on the port side from the
bridge deck. Forward are two circular sunbathing pads. There is an outdoor
cinema screen with a projector and a surround sound system. Forward of the
mast there is a glass bar with stools, and full wet bar service station portside
with built in electric BBQ. In the center of the deck is a large sunbed area and
split coffee or dining table. Retractable sliding sunroofs are in the hardtop.
The stack also houses the emergency generator.

Bridge Deck

The bridge has great visibility due to the reverse angle bridge windows and
the full walk-around wing controls port and starboard. In addition to the two
helm seats, there are two settees with coffee tables, ideal for guests wanting
to visit the bridge whilst in navigation. Aft of the bridge to starboard is the
ship’s office, which then leads into the captain’s study and further aft into the
captain’s cabin. A convenient and discreet door leads into the crew stairs that
service all decks down to the tank deck. A day head is conveniently located in
the lobby area.

Aft of the bridge is the bridge deck lobby with the elevator, which services all
decks down to the tank deck.The guest stairway is also off this lobby. Aft is
the gym, which boasts floor to ceiling windows port and starboard. The gym
is currently equipped with a “Techno Gym” cross trainer, static bike, tread mill,
as well as a wall-mounted “Technogym Kinesis” and an array of free weights
and bench.

Aft doors lead onto the aft bridge deck or “Jacuzzi deck”, which is partially
covered; this aft section is equipped with awnings. The large 6 person Jacuzzi
is fitted aft, with a bar and stools located starboard side. A shower and small
wet bar/service station positioned on the starboard side, whilst on the port
side is a day head. Two sun pads lay either side of the jacuzzi, perfect for

Owner’s Deck

On the bow is the working area with mooring cleats and the anchor windlass.
Aft of this is the rescue tender and crane.

Aft of this are two cozy seating areas with bench seats as well as tables for
the Owner’s use. These exterior areas are accessed from either side of the
Master suite using the deck doors from the beautiful panoramic Owner’s
suite, which boasts a 180° view via reverse-angled bridge-style windows. The
king bed faces forward on the centerline of the vessel. Aft of this are two
en-suite bathrooms, a his and hers, complete with dressing room, beautifully
fitted out in polished marble. Full length hanging wardrobes are included, as
well as the normal storage found in a dressing room.

Aft of the Owner’s suite is the Owner’s Office, fitted with a beautiful L shaped
leather inlay desk. Off the office lies the guest stairway, elevator and day head,
with a service door accessing crew stairway. On the starboard side there is
a deck door to access the Owner’s deck area. Aft of this is the doorway into
the Owner’s lounge. A comfortable “L” Shaped sofa and a further port side
sofa offer comfortable and relaxed seating. A discreet davenport is situated
to port facing out through the large side windows, which are a feature on
both sides of the lounge. Center of the room there is a large smart TV, located
above a decorative fireplace that, together with the driftwood floors and the
lovely choice of fabrics, makes for an extremely cozy and informal atmosphere.
This lounge can be serviced via the service pantry, which has separate access
along with the crew stairway to ensure the finest and most discreet service.

Aft doors lead out onto the upper aft deck or “Dining Deck”. This vast
entertaining deck is one of the principals and most used areas of the yacht. A
central dining table that seats 12 is the center of attraction, whilst flanked on
the port side by a semi-circular wet bar complete with bar stools and marbletopped cabinet used to layout the most lavish buffets and to mix the most
exotic cocktails. This houses a double drawer fridge and undercounter wine
fridge. To starboard there is a small circular table, enabling a small party to dine
intimately, or for cards and gaming. Aft of this is another cabinet perfect for
larger buffets. The aft area of the deck is not covered; however, it is equipped
with 2 awnings providing plenty of shade. There is further seating aft as well
as a coffee table both port and starboard. There are two recessed skylights on
each side, letting in natural daylight to the covered areas. In addition to this,
there are doors forward to allow guests to shut off the side decks in order to
reduce wind, which can be further reduced by sliding the side glass windows.
This space can also be cooled using the water mist system installed over the
dinning and bar, making this deck a true “indoor/outdoor area”.

Main Deck

A generous passageway gives access to the guest suites, all of which benefit
from large windows, iPod docks, iPad controls and safes.

Cabin 4 is forward to starboard with a king bed, leather drawers and desk
with vanity. There is good closet space and a 40-inch TV mounted forward.
The bathroom is forward with bathtub, WC and basin, and the floor
and countertops are finished in polished marble.

Cabin 2 is adjacent on the port side fully furnished as a children cabin with
2 sets of bunks sleeping 4. This Vcabin allows for plenty of natural daylight
and has a 40-inch TV for guest entertainment mounted inboard. Once again,
there is plenty of closet space. The en-suite is forward and features a large
walk-in cubicle shower, WC and sink. Both the flooring and countertops are
finished in polished marble.

Cabin 3 is just aft to starboard and boasts a king bed, forward of which is
a desk with leather inlay. There is ample hanging space and once again, this
cabin is flooded with daylight. The 40-inch TV is mounted on the forward
bulkhead. The en-suite bathroom has a shower, WC and sink, and both the
flooring and countertops are in polished marble.

Cabin 1 is adjacent on the port side and boasts a king bed, forward of which
is a dresser and desk with leather inlay. There is ample hanging space in a
double wardrobe and once again, this cabin is flooded with daylight. The 40-
inch TV is mounted on the forward bulkhead. The en-suite bathroom has a
shower, WC and sink, and both the flooring and countertops are in polished

Forward of the guest suite is the passageway with a discreet door leading
into the crew staircase. Just aft of this is the main guest staircase that leads
all the way up to the Owner’s deck, bridge deck and sundeck.

Aft of the guest passageway leads into the Main Salon. To starboard is a
cozy seating area with a Hi-Lo 64-inch TV built into a cabinet. In the forward
starboard corner of the salon area is a doorway that leads into the Spa,
Massage Room. This room with soft furnishings is equipped with an Oak
works massage table, for optimum comfort and relaxation. With a fully fitted
bathroom with stall shower, WC and sink, all finished in rich polished marble,
making this a calming space for guest to retreat in.

On the port side of the main salon is the Bar area with a large onyx bar with
5 bar stools for evening cocktails or casual dinner. Large storage cabinets
located aft for all glassware and table services. Forward of the bar area is a
discreet door that leads into the main deck pantry, which also has direct access
to the crew stairway. This pantry is fully equipped with a sink, microwave,
fridge and ice maker, with great countertop space to ensure efficient service.

Aft doors from the salon lead out to the aft deck area. To both sides, the
staircases lead up to the upper dining deck. In the alcove is a discreet day
head. Both port and starboard sides have a gate installed that can be opened
and fitted with the Marquip side boarding ladder. A central passageway leads
to the lower aft deck, which is fitted out with large guest seating areas to
port and starboard that both have coffee tables and is an ideal area to have
sundowners close to the water. The central stairs lead down to the large
bathing platform, giving easy access to the water and indeed to and from the
tenders. A transom door leads into a beach club area with shower and sauna
for guests to enjoy. The water sports equipment is also stored in here.

There is a large hydraulic boarding gangway on the aft port quarter, which
can service both portside-to or stern-to berthing.



  • Deep fryer
  • Gaggenau large oven
  • MKN Salamander
  • Hoshizaki icemaker
  • Sharp microwave
  • Hobart Dishwasher FXLS-10A
  • Schott Ceran Induction top
  • Grill
  • 2x MKN programmable oven & steam oven
  • Walk in fridge
  • Foster Freezer Eco Pro G2


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