Croatian yard Brodosplit has signed a contract to build a 125 metre superyacht.
While details remain under a confidentiality agreement, the "extravagant" new build will have accommodation for 12 passengers and carry a total of 50 crew, according to Dino Donjerković, sales director at Brodosplit.
The yacht is due for delivery in 2025 and is one of two new commissions for the shipyard, the second of which is a 110 metre commercial cruiser. Together, the two new orders are worth more than €200 million euros.
Brodosplit is the largest shipyard in Croatia positioned on the north side of the Split peninsula. It is largely a commercial shipbuilder but has launched three luxury yachts since its inception, according to BOAT Pro data. The first, a 60 metre motor yacht named Caspian Star, hit the water in 2012 followed by a 60 metre sistership named Katina in 2015. In 2017, the shipyard launched the 46 metre motorsailer Aiaxaia.
The Croatian shipyard has the capacity to build vessels up to 300 metres in length and 50 metres wide. One of its more recent launches was the 162 metre cruise ship Golden Horizon, which is the world's largest clipper.
Brodosplit is owned by the DIV Group which acquired the shipyard in 2013. More details of the build will be revealed in spring 2022.