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77m Nobiskrug new-build motor yacht sold

77m Nobiskrug new-build motor yacht sold

German yard Nobiskrug has signed an order for a 77 metre new-build motor yacht, with the buyer introduced by Imperial Yachts.

This five-deck yacht will be built in steel and aluminium to a design by Winch Design with a distinctive reverse bow and is scheduled for completion in Spring 2021. Interior design has been entrusted to Sinot Exclusive Yacht Design and will boast many imposing features including a grand beach club and spa area. Accommodation layouts and interior arrangements are not yet available, nor is the propulsion system. However she will be built under the new Tier 3 regulations and the Red Ensign Group Yacht Code Part A under the direction of Imperial Yachts.

Julia Stewart, Director of Imperial, comments: “This new superyacht is an exciting project we are impatient to start. It will be the second over 70-metre length superyacht we will build together with Nobiskrug after the magnificent Project 783 delivered in 2012, and this project is calling many others to be developed. We are delighted to initiate new strong and successful collaborations with Andrew Winch and Sinot Design, making this new 77-metre Nobiskrug superyacht an outstanding vessel at her delivery and most certainly a class of her own.”

Holger Kahl, managing director of Nobiskrug, added: “With the two remarkable teams of designers and an experienced superyacht management company, we are truly excited to realise this bespoke project” says .

The asking price of the Nobiskrug 77m has been withheld.

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