Nobiskrug project 794 towed to Lürssen

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By Superyacht Investor Contributor January 26, 2022 13:01

Nobiskrug project 794 towed to Lürssen

A partly constructed superyacht, now known as Project Cap d’Ail, has been delivered to Lürssen’s Lemwerder shipyard in northern Germany. The vessel, which was previously named Project 794, was towed Lürssens facility on Saturday (January 22, 2022).

The 61.95-metre superyacht yacht was originally commissioned from Nobiskrug shipyard and construction began on her in May 2018. Due to financial issues leading to Nobiskrug filing for insolvency in April 2021, the building stalled.

Although it has not yet been officially confirmed, it is very likely that the superyacht project will now be completed by Lürssen. The vessel is to feature exterior designs by Espen Øino International and interiors from Zuretti Interior Design.  

Little has been revealed about the superyacht’s design, with only a single sketch having been released to the public in 2018. 

The yacht was originally sold by Imperial Yachts, who are also the owner’s representative for the build. 

Superyacht Investor Contributor
By Superyacht Investor Contributor January 26, 2022 13:01