Nobsikrug 62m Project 794 Revealed

By George Bains

62-metre Nobiskrug superyacht Project 794 has been revealed to the world for the first time. The latest project from the German pioneers of superyacht build has been spotted leaving the Kiel shipyard, where it headed to the Rendsburg to enter the final stages of her build.

Project 794 has been another collaboration between Nobiskrug and Imperial Yachts, with the latter acting as Owner’s Representative and Build Supervisor having initially acted as broker for the sale. Imperial previously collaborated with Nobiskrug on the development of highly secretive Project 783 in 2012. At 73.50-metres in length and boasting a Reymond Langton design, she remains a stellar superyacht in today’s standards. The same can be expected of 794.

Project 794 will carry the authority of being an Espen Øino-deisgned superyacht, with the exterior profile coming from the talented team at the Norwegian’s Monaco based studio. First and foremost, what we can expect from 794 is a voluminous superyacht with ample exterior spaces for her guests to enjoy the outdoors. Her open-plan layout is spread out over five levels, so we can expect plenty of opulent amenities to be available to guest throughout the superyacht.

The keel-laying of Project 794 was held in June 2019, and since then Kiel has been the stage for all of her construction up to the assembly of the complete hull. Now, she has been moved to Rendsburg where she will undergo her outfitting at Nobiskrug’s modern climate-controlled superyacht hall.  Her first taste of the waters involved a safe passage from Kiel Fjord through the locks and into the Kiel Canal, before reaching Rendsburg by the late afternoon on Saturday 30th May. We look forward to following the progress of Project 794 and there is no doubt that she will be another magnificent addition to the prestigious Nobiskrug fleet.

By George Bains
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