PHOTO: Klaus Jordan
It has been nearly a year since a Nobiskrug craftsperson welded the traditional coin to one of her keel frames. This weekend, Project 794 quietly slipped out from her build shed. She moved from Nobiskrug’s facility in Kiel to its other facility in Rendsburg, where she will stay until she celebrates her formal launch in 2021.
The megayacht, measuring 203 feet (62 meters), shows off styling by Espen Øino. Since the shipyard never fully publicly revealed renderings of her profile, not even when she celebrated her keel laying last summer, this is the first time that yacht watchers are getting a sense of her five-deck stance. German residents along the waterways between the two shipyards enjoyed seeing her, too. Upon departing Kiel, she passed through locks, then entered the Kiel Canal, before finally arriving in Rendsburg, all on May 30.
Just as little became public about her exterior, little remains public about her interior, or even on-deck features, as well. Nobiskrug Project 794 reportedly has an open-plan general arrangement, for instance. Additionally, she has a lap pool that stretches about 23 feet long (7 meters). This pool also has glass walls, and is within a wellness area. Finally, for the owners and guests to get to and from shore while Project 794 sits at anchor, the megayacht has two tenders.