The 62 metre Nobiskrug superyacht Project 794 was spotted arriving at the Lürssen shipyard in Bremen after being towed from Nobiskrug's Rendsburg facility on Saturday (January 22). Now known as Project Cap d'Ail, the yacht will complete outfitting at Lürssen after Nobiskrug ran into financial difficulty last year.
Described as a “performance-driven, high-volume yacht”, Project Cap d'Ail features exterior design by Espen Øino International and pairs “expansive exterior deck spaces” with “a generous open-plan layout”. The five-deck superyacht was first glimpsed in June 2020 passing through the Kiel canal.
Other features include a wellness area with a seven-metre glass-walled pool and a large tender garage spacious enough for two tenders, a rescue boat and a plethora of water sports toys. Little else is known about the project and its build has been kept tightly under wraps.
Imperial acted as the broker for the sale of the superyacht and is acting as owner’s representative and construction supervisor during the build.
The yacht was initially scheduled for completion in spring 2021.