Nobiskrug announces 83-metre explorer

A new partnership between Wally and Nobiskrug is born

This Monaco Yacht Show 2017 was also an event offering some exciting surprises: Wally and Nobiskrug announced during the show their partnership in the development and building of displacement and custom megayachts built in steel. The two reputable brands start a partnership in the development and execution of  a range of displacement yachts and of custom megayachts built in steel. The first project of the collaboration is a stunning 83-metre explorer concept developed by Wally on the Nobiskrug platform, with interiors by Andrew Winch.

This 83-meter explorer design is currently confidential, but it is understood that the upper deck will offer two swimming pools. The rest of the deck will be left bare, as a multi-purpose space for entertaining, dining and toy storage. On board, she includes an upper-deck owner’s cabin with its own private terrace overlooking the aft deck, as well as a side-loading tender garage in the bow.

“Collaborating with Wally has always been a dream of Andrew’s, and this year it has come true,” commented Winch Design. Andrew Winch added “It is great fun and a great honour to work with Luca Bassani. This has been a dream of mine ever since I saw the first Wallygator. This project has been a bit like a snowball rolling – it has come together very quickly.”

“Combining skills and experience from both our companies, we look forward to a close and successful collaboration. We share the vision of providing our superyacht customers with innovative technology combined with best yacht building quality and this will be the main drive for our cooperation,” commented Holger Kahl, Managing Director of Nobiskrug.

“Wally and Nobiskrug finalised this important partnership to create an  unprecedented synergy in the industry: the best technology and production  capacity for mega and giga yachts of Nobiskrug, combined with the undiscussed  talent for innovation of Wally,” announces Luca Bassani, Wally President, adding  “We are very proud that Nobiskrug selected Wally to innovate the mega yacht  market while Wally wants to offer the best building opportunity for its one-of-a- kind projects. Nobiskrug is known for their strength in the engineering and indisputable manufacturing quality of large superyachts in steel and this  partnership will strategically complement our business portfolio”, concludes Bassani.

The partnership between Wally and Nobiskrug will allow Owners and their representatives to engage with only one entity, capable to provide the unique know-how of the two companies. Furthermore, the highly professional and  competent team is able to satisfy every request of the very exclusive superyacht market. This strategic partnership strengthens the relationship between Wally and  Nobiskrug while creating new opportunities on the superyacht market.

Rendering: copyright Nobiskrug-Wally

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Probably one the most renowned superyacht designers of the last 20 years. Learn more about Andrew Winch here.

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