The name and visionary design of the 80-meter hybrid superyacht will be unveiled at the Monaco Yacht Show.
Less than a year away from completion, Nobiskrug’s Project 790 will be one of the first yachts built under the new IMO Tier III low emissions regulations with an array of first-of-their-kind technology features and engineering advances that reflect the Owner’s desire to create an experience as breath-taking as the seas it explores.
“From the beginning of the project, a primary focus of the owner was to minimize the environmental impact of the vessel using advanced technology. As a result, there are many unique and environmentally friendly aspects of both the operational and engineering design in this project”, says Captain Aaron T. Clark.
For example, the Owner understood the significant efficiency, environmental and comfort advantages of Electric Pod propulsion using a DC bus system with both batteries and variable speed Diesel-Electric generators. Among the other significant efforts taken to protect the environment:
The use of solar panels and a large battery storage system allows the vessel to operate for a limited time with no internal combustion engines operating.
An electric pod propulsion combined with a dynamic positioning system can hold position without dropping anchor to protect sensitive sea floor.
Waste water can be re-used as technical water.
The use of solar panels and a large battery storage system allows the vessel to operate for a limited time with no internal combustion engines operating.An electric pod propulsion combined with a dynamic positioning system can hold position without dropping anchor to protect sensitive sea floor.Waste water can be re-used as technical water.
“This project is a true example of the Owner’s focus and his vision to build a distinctive state of the art hybrid superyacht with as many integrated environmentally-friendly features as possible.” says Holger Kahl, managing director of Nobiskrug.
In addition to environmental and advanced technology unprecedented in this class of vessel, the 80-meter superyacht’s distinctive exterior created by Gregory C. Marshall Studio features large architectural windows and noticeable design elements that create a distinctly remarkable profile. The composite superstructure and the special use of large custom and curved glass – the highest ratio of glass used to date in this size category – further differentiates this striking superyacht.
Her exceptional interior was designed by the passionate and creative team at Reymond Langton Design – a studio that has been involved in the exterior styling and interior design of many award-winning superyachts.
The design model of Project 790 as well as her name will be unveiled at this year’s Monaco Yacht Show.