PHOTO: Carl Groll/

Graffiti, by Nobiskrug, on Sea Trials

PHOTO: Carl Groll/

The latest megayacht from Germany-based Nobiskrug, Graffiti embarked on sea trials yesterday. Despite the rainy and foggy weather, you can make out her graceful lines from Reymond Langton Design. At 243 feet (74 meters), Graffiti is a sistership to Mogambo. She was also known as Hull 783.

Raymond Langton Design is also responsible for Graffiti’s interior, though no details are being divulged as of yet. However, if you study a few aspects of Graffiti’s profile, you can probably reach some valid conclusions. Given the three large vertical windows, flanked by two similar ones, forward on the main deck, the area inside should be the master suite. There also appears to be a fold-down balcony here. Clusters of triple ports below decks likely mark guest accommodations. A large partition aft along the lower deck probably denotes a hatch for tender launching and retrieval. The transom appears to have yet another hatch, so perhaps additional tenders are stowed here. Or, perhaps it’s a beach club, given the good space devoted to the swim platform and how curving stairs lead down here from the main aft deck. And finally, though the area is not fully complete, the forward section of the uppermost deck seems to be fitted with a hot tub.

Graffiti should be delivered shortly.

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