Nobiskrug receives refit order for 120m+ superyacht

German shipyard Nobiskrug, recently acquired by Lars Windhorst, founder and owner of the Tennor Group, which also owns shipbuilder Flensburger Schiffbau-Gesellschaft (FSG), has started again its business with an excellent order signing a large contract for comprehensive refit works on a more than 120-metre, high volume superyacht, extending across all disciplines of shipbuilding.

In parallel, the yard specialists will perform equally demanding repair works onboard the vessel. Within the scope of the contract, both engineering and construction capacities at the Rendsburg facilities will be utilised. The work, scheduled to take several months, will be carried out in a temperature controlled dry dock. The vessel owner wishes to remain unnamed, although it is not difficult to imagine what the boat in question could be, considering that the 120-meter fleet is made up of a very few units.

Who knows if the owner of this 120-meter yacht was convinced, among other things, by the mastery that the shipyard has proven to have, exhibiting one of the most beautiful boats built in the last two years at the recent Monaco Yacht Show: M/Y Artefact.


“Following trustful and productive negotiations, we have managed to successfully re-position Nobiskrug on the market in a very short period of time. The customers appreciate our collaborative approach matched with our longstanding high-quality performance. We will continue to work reliably and professionally on all the shipbuilding projects handed over to us in the future,” says Nobiskrug CEO Philipp Maracke.