The 124 metre superyacht Katara has left the Nobiskrug shipyard following a comprehensive refit that involved a number of significant modifications.
The contract for the refit of the 124 metre Lürssen yacht was signed in October 2021.
Cosmetic changes included a complete paint job and a broad range of interior upgrades. The bridge and navigation area also underwent an overhaul.
Elsewhere, the crew galley and floor area underwent a large-scale modification, with the aim of upgrading the space for crew operations.
The 7922GT yacht received further modifications to her gym, with new equipment installed and various upgrades integrated into the space.
Technical changes included an overhaul of the HVAC system and a full refurbishment of engines and generators. Her propellors and shaft alignment were also completely replaced, leaving her in pristine condition ready for a busy cruising itinerary.
Katara had been moored at Nobiskrug’s Rendsberg facility since 2020 and she paid a visit to the Port of Dover before continuing to the Mediterranean.
She was delivered in 2010 as the flagship of the Lürssen fleet with exteriors by Espen Øino and interiors by the late Alberto Pinto.