Within the next several months, a confidential Nobiskrug new-construction contract will cruise the oceans. Still going by the general reference Project 795, she made her way to the yard in Rendsberg, Germany last week.
The yacht-spotting public first, and last, got a glimpse of her in October 2020. Back then, she departed her hull-construction shed for Nobiskrug’s sister shipyard, Lindenau. Lindenau, in the city of Kiel, is where she has remained ever since. The shipyard took care of technical systems and creature-comfort support structures coming onboard.
Among the few facts that Nobiskrug has revealed so far, Project 795 is 229’7” (70 meters) LOA. Additionally, the owners chose Winch Design to style her exterior lines, plus collaborate on interior design. Currently, you get a much better idea of the styling, with three prominent square windows forward on the main deck. Twin stairways aft, meanwhile, cascade down to a deep swim platform. In terms of creature comforts, a sizable pool sits fully forward on the sundeck. The owners and guests may spend a good deal of time up here, too, since a dining area and bar are further features. Teak decking lies underfoot, too, on all exterior decks, some of which suggest they’ll feature lounging areas.
Project 795, which also goes by the code name Project Miza, stands five decks high. Since construction began, Scott Wightman of MYB (Motor Yacht Build) has been the owners’ representative, serving as their eyes and ears.
To put her build into further perspective, Project 795 celebrated her keel laying in 2019.
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