Rising innovation

German shipbuilder Nobiskrug has announced the order receipt for a 100-metre plus superyacht, named Project Phoenix 796.

Photography by Nobiskrug

26 September 2019


Renowned for taking on innovative projects within the yachting industry, like Sailing Yacht A and MY Artefact, Nobiskrug continues to push the boundaries of engineering and innovation with the newly signed 100-metre plus superyacht project.

The announcement reinforces Nobiskrug’s position as the shipyard of choice for 22nd century builds.

Known under new build number 796, Project Phoenix promises to feature the latest advances in smart design and innovative engineering.

The yard promises more details will be released soon.

Over more than a century of experience in shipbuilding, Nobiskrug has built around 750 vessels, having its current core business focused on the highly specialised construction of individually manufactured custom superyachts.

The shipyard can cover a building range from 60 to 426-metres, which is the maximum size of the dock available.



Over 900 in-house employees work at the shipyard’s three facilities in Northern Germany, where they have developed and built numerous internationally award-winning superyachts.

With the delivery of the “Sailing Yacht A”, the German shipyard once again confirmed their powerful presence among the leading superyacht builders.

Additionally, Nobiskrug provides repair and refit services at the same high quality either at the shipyard facilities in Northern Germany, in the state-of-the-art superyacht hall or in the Mediterranean Area with its flying squad and local partners.

Blending modern technology with traditional skills of German master craftsmen, Nobiskrug is entering a new era by building superyachts that will last for generations to come, in tune and ready to cruise into the 22nd century.


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