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Superyacht hull 422 leaves ADM Kiel’s shed

The current activity at ADM Kiel yard, formerly known as HDW, is turning into the Spring story of the year. We published the first pictures of hull 422 in early April, and those of hull 423 a few weeks ago. Since then, hull 423 has left for Nobiskrug yard for her fitting out, and hull 422 has now left her dry dock.

Hull 422, a 73 metre steel and aluminium superyacht designed by Focus Yacht Design, is now fully visible. Few other details are know for the moment, except that her name might be Plan B, as reported by yacht spotters in Germany, and glimpsed on the yacht's AIS transponder.

The beautiful project 422 will start her sea trials soon, and we hope to give you more details about her in the near future.

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