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Nobiskrug 70m superyacht Project 795

The 70m Nobiskrug superyacht Project 795 has hit another milestone in her construction process as she moves from the Lindenau Werft in Kiel to Nobiskrugin Rendsburg. The German-built superyacht’s keel was laid in 2019 and she was moved to the dock for outfitting in 2020.

Winch designed Project 795 and has yesterday and made the milestone journey across to the outfitting dock. This follows a successful keel-laying ceremony, which took place in 2019.

NOBISKRUG 795 yacht (Nobiskrug, 70m, 2022)
Both the keel-laying ceremony and the transfer of the hull are significant landmark occasions within a superyacht build and true representations of NOBISKRUG’s know-how and expertise. The celebrations were shared with award-winning British studio, Winch Design, which has penned the exterior and interior design of the vessel, with trademark features recognizable throughout.

The superyacht, built under Project No. 795, provides five accommodation decks. It has been conceived with a large bathing platform on the lower deck, an aft exterior lifestyle arrangement on the main deck as well as on the forward and aft bridge deck. The yacht also features a bar, dining table, and pool on the full-length aft on the sundeck.

This milestone is a testimony to our close collaboration with Scott Wightman of MYB (Motor Yacht Build) who is overlooking the build on behalf of the client and the world-renowned Winch Design who is responsible for the vessel’s timeless design

There are very few details about the superyacht, Nobiskrug 795, but she has been designed by Winch Design.

The shipyard can cover a building range from 60 to 426 meters, which is the maximum size of the dock available. Over 900 in-house employees work at the yard’s three facilities in northern Germany, where they have developed and built numerous internationally award-winning superyachts. These include M/Y Sycara V, M/Y Siren, and M/Y Mogambo, the iconic 73.5-meter motor yacht.

Profile photo of Jim Dixon

Winch Design is an award-winning design studio, established in 1986 as a specialist exterior and interior yacht designer, by Andrew Winch and his wife Jane.

With the focus on extremely high-end bespoke, dynamic design for a worldwide client base, Winch Design is now recognized as one of the leading International design and architectural studios, having added Aviation, Architecture, and Interiors teams to the core yacht business.

Over the years, Winch Design has established itself as the go-to design studio for individuals who expect not only the highest levels of design excellence but also a totally bespoke, integrated approach, individually tailored to their lifestyle, whether it is a home, yacht, private jet, helicopter or train! There is no house style and the scope of work is broad, to reflect each client’s dreams. Similarly, the personalities and talents of the 100-strong team are individual yet come from the same premise.

The Winch Ethos is predicated on certain values, initiated by Andrew Winch over thirty years ago, and now upheld by all: the importance of creating spatial energy and emotion, of designing spaces that are balanced, beautiful, and uplifting, and of always being inquisitive for more knowledge.

Nobiskrug 795 in transit

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