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Monaco, June 27th – Following its successful keel laying ceremony on June, 26th 2019, Imperial is pleased to announce that that five-decked 62-metre Project 794, built in collaboration with German shipyard Nobiskrug, is on course to meet its much-anticipated completion date in Spring 2021.

The ceremony, which took place in Nobiskrug’s renowned keel-laying premises in Kiel, marked a milestone stage within the build. Attended by a raft of well-wishers who enjoyed a wave of maritime traditions, such as the coin-insertion ceremony and the symbolic commencement of the hull build, the event also signaled the official next phase of the project.

Project 794 is a performance-driven, high-volume yacht. With exterior designed by renowned studio Espen Øino International, the superyacht benefits from multiple layers of creative detail that beautifully fuse contemporary elements with a timeless appeal. Expansive exterior deck spaces are paired with a generous open-plan layout, all contained within five luxurious levels.

Imperial acted as Broker for the sale and continue as Owner’s Representative and Construction Supervisor throughout the entire build. Julia Stewart, Imperial Director, comments: “Project 794 marks the third yacht 

o date that we at Imperial have collaborated on with Nobiskrug. As always, the success of the build so far pays testimony to the great working relationship that we have always been privileged to enjoy with the yard over the years. Combined with the vision of Espen Øino International, and underpinned by our experience in the construction of luxury superyachts, we are thrilled to form part of the excellent team that will soon deliver another incredible Nobiskrug superyacht.”

With a vertical bow and modern exterior lines, this superyacht has five decks and boasts generous open areas, which are meticulously planned. Her exterior design reveals a mixture of classic and contemporary elements outlined by the esteemed Espen Øino International. The elegant design language continues throughout, from the wellness area with a 7m glass walled pool to the large tender garage with room enough for two tenders, not to mention a rescue boat and a treasure trove of watersports toys.

“Project 794 promises to be another fantastic addition to the Nobiskrug fleet of superyachts,” says Rainer Stobrawa, Project Manager at Nobiskrug. “Thanks to the very good ongoing relationship that we enjoy with Imperial and the expertise of the entire build team, the yacht remains on track for its highly anticipated delivery”, says Holger Kahl, Managing Director at Nobiskrug.