Sale of new 80m Nobiskrug superyacht Project Bullseye announced

7 July 2022 - Written by Sophie Spicknell, SuperYacht Times

It has just been announced that a new-build 80m Nobiskrug superyacht Project Bullseye, Hull 798, has been sold. The new-build five deck yacht will also be exclusively designed by London-based studio Winch Design.

“We prevailed in a highly demanded market. Being a German yard that is striving to deliver the latest technology, highest quality combined with our ability to fulfil the owner’s unique vision made us win this contract”, said Philipp Maracke, CEO of Nobiskrug.

Together with the owner, Chris Cecil-Wright of Cecil Wright & Partners brokerage and Henry Smith, Director of the Monaco Office of Cecil Wright, selected the internationally renowned superyacht shipyard in Rensburg, who specialises in large entirely custom-built superyachts. The choice was coupled with the shipyards drive towards sustainability with recent builds such as the eco-friendly hybrid yacht, Artefact.

Chris Cecil-Wright commented: “We see this build as the beginning of a long-term partnership with Nobiskrug and it further cements our industry standing as experts in Northern European yacht building. Nobiskrug is known for pushing the boundaries in design and construction techniques along with a bespoke approach. Every superyacht built under their name embodies the unique vision of the owner combined with innovative ideas and advanced technology.”

The 80-metre superyacht will be exclusively designed by Winch Design who specialise in bespoke superyacht design. Liz Cox who heads the Cecil Wright build team will be working with Winch Design who have previously worked on builds such as Slipstream. Once again Nobiskrug will together with Winch Design tailor the owner’s wishes and high expectations into a unique masterpiece.

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