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Nobiskrug at the 60th Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show.

The “Yachting Capital of the World” will host the 60th Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show. Show exhibits range from yacht builders and designers to exotic cars and brokerage yachts. This is exactly where Nobiskrug will be: Superyacht Village, Stand #06

NOBISKRUG SIGNS A 100M PLUS GAME-CHANGING SUPERYACHT

German shipbuilder Nobiskrug is delighted to announce the order receipt for a 100m plus superyacht.
Renowned for taking on innovative projects within the yachting industry, like “Sailing Yacht A” and M/Y ARTEFACT, Nobiskrug continues to push the boundaries of engineering and innovation with the newly signed 100m plus superyacht project.

Nobiskrug at MONACO YACHT SHOW, 25-28 SEPTEMBER 2019, MONACO

Each year, the MONACO YACHT SHOW curates the exhibition of extraordinary one-off superyachts built by the world’s most respected shipyards and welcomes leading companies from the yachting industry. You’ll find Nobiskrug at Quai l’Hirondelle booth No. QH30.”Each year, the MONACO YACHT SHOW curates the exhibition of extraordinary one-off superyachts built by the world’s most respected shipyards and welcomes leading companies from the yachting industry.

Decision on MKS 180 is approaching – GERMAN NAVAL YARDS KIEL submits final offer

The Schleswig-Holstein shipyard GERMAN NAVAL YARDS KIEL (GNYK) submitted the final offer for the construction of the multi-purpose warship MKS 180 on 18 July. Together with its cooperation partner thyssenkrupp Marine Systems, the company is competing for the largest naval contract in the history of Bundeswehr. GNYK is the only remaining German general contractor in the European competition of the German Ministry of Defense

6th June 1944-6th June 2019

For the 75th anniversary commemoration of the American Landing in Normandy, the veterans pose on the mythic Omaha Beach in front of the sculpture Les Braves, work of art of Anilore BANON realized in 2004 by the CMN.

Jörg Herwig in “Hardthöhen-Kurier“ (issue 03/2019): Why Germany urgently needs the multi-purpose battleship

The fundamental principle of NATO as a defense alliance is burden-sharing. Exactly 70 years ago, a number of states decided to divide the task of securing peace in the world between several shoulders. Germany joined the so-called North Atlantic Treaty in 1955 – and in retrospect this can be seen as a favorable, wise and far-sighted political decision. Never before in history has our country experienced such a long lasting period of peace. But today of all days, in times of many conflicts and crises in the world, Germany is struggling to bear the burdens of security with determination: the Bundeswehr lacks the equipment to be able to fully meet its alliance obligations.