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Nobiskrug lands first post-takeover contract

Nobiskrug lands first post-takeover contract

Nobiskrug has landed a refit contract for a 120m+ superyacht, two months after it was taken over following financial trouble which threatened the future of the German yard. The yacht refit contract is the first contract Lars Windhorst, founder and

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Artefact wins Motor Yacht of the Year class

Artefact wins Motor Yacht of the Year class

Nobiskrug’s 80m superyacht Artefact has been crowned motor yacht of the year, following the announcement of this years’ winners of Boat International’s World Superyacht Awards. Artefact also won the second largest displacement hull class. The winning vessels this year were

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Nobiskrug takeover complete

Nobiskrug takeover complete

Nobiskrug’s insolvency period has come to a close, as Lars Windhorst, founder and owner of the Tennor Group, has taken over the German ship yard. Tennor Group now owns both Nobiskrug and Flensburger Schiffbau-Gesellschaft (FSG). Now the two companies within

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Insolvent Nobiskrug to be purchased by FSG

Insolvent Nobiskrug to be purchased by FSG

Nobiskrug, the German shipyard which filed for insolvency three months ago, is being taken over by Flensburger Schiffbau-Gesellschaft (FSG), which is part of global investment holding company Tennor Group. The contract, agreed on Friday (July 16th), means FSG will be

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Nobiskrug’s search for investment makes ‘promising start’

Nobiskrug’s search for investment makes ‘promising start’

“My goal is to find an investor by the end of June,” said Hendrik Gittermann, the preliminary insolvency administrator assigned to Nobiskrug, following its recent filing for insolvency. Gittermann who works for Hamburg-based law firm REIMER, has commissioned PwC with

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Nobiskrug insolvency ‘no complete surprise’

Nobiskrug insolvency ‘no complete surprise’

The insolvency of German shipyard, Nobiskrug, was no “complete surprise” Jay Tooker, partner, HFW told Superyacht Investor. The yard, which constructed Sailing Yacht A, filed for insolvency earlier this week. Nobiskrug (NBK) is operated under Privinvest, an international shipbuilding group.

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Nobiskrug launches hybrid superyacht that can operate in total silence

Nobiskrug launches hybrid superyacht that can operate in total silence

German shipbuilder, Nobiskrug, last week launched a 262ft hybrid superyacht that it claims is capable of operating in total silence. The vessel is hailed by its designer, Gregory C. Marshall, as Nobiskrug’s coolest project to date: “We are super excited

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Nobiskrug unveils ARTEFACT

Nobiskrug unveils ARTEFACT

A scale model of Nobiskrug’s 80-meter superyacht, previously known as Project 790, was presented at the Monaco Yacht Show where her name was unveiled: ARTEFACT. “ARTEFACT is a unique vessel that marries cutting-edge engineering and striking architectural design to embody

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Imperial and Nobiskrug partner to build custom 77 metre

Imperial and Nobiskrug partner to build custom 77 metre

Imperial is proud to announce the signing of a new 77-metre length superyacht in collaboration with the reputed German shipyard Nobiskrug. Our company will act as owner’s representative and build supervisor of this vessel scheduled for delivery on Spring 2021.

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Nobiskrug partners with Global Aid

Nobiskrug partners with Global Aid

German yacht builder Nobiskrug has partnered with global charity YachtAid to support its humanitarian efforts in the Caribbean following an unprecedented hurricane season. In support of the Superyacht Aid Coalition, YachtAid is utilising its network of vessels to deliver relief

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