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Feature: Nobiskrug 68M Superyacht "Sycara V"

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  1. 68-meter "Sycara V" Superyacht By Nobiskrug
    "Sycara V" superyacht was built for an experienced repeat client with interesting taste. The yacht has a design by Nobiskrug and interior by Pure Detail which was done to exacting detail. The 68-meter yacht appears to be a couple meters larger than she really is, but this illusion is thanks to the clever lines Nobiskrug incorporated to keep your eye busy. The steel displacement ocean-crossing superyacht was delivered to her owner in September of 2010 and has been a fixture in marinas around the world ever since. Accommodation onboard is varied but the owner has his area in a non-traditional place.
  2. The master suite is not forward on the main deck as you may expect. To get there you would have to journey to the aft upper deck to see this spot. Even though it’s not the whole upper deck, the area is still quite impressive. There is a large room for the bed which faces aft along the centerline and has decent views out the sliding glass doors. When the doors are opened you can have a sense of indoor-outdoor living and the interior spaces flows seamlessly onto the exterior deck where white fancy and plush chairs greet you. Looking over the aft of Sycara V, it is a nice area to have breakfast on for sunrise or watch the sun depart you for the day. The mix of different furniture pieces and subtle lines in the ceiling, walls and even bed covering tease the eye to wander around the room. Let’s leave the owner’s palace and move forward on the same deck to see the bridge.
  3. Sycara V has one of the most contemporary bridges in the industry. The mix between the high-gloss wood floors and the plush white leather upholstery makes for an eye-opener. Who says the captain’s work space cannot be as fancy as the main salon? Both he and his staff will welcome this very comfortable work-space to keep Sycara V on her intended course. All the major displays are shielded to keep them crisp during daylight hours as well as to keep their light-spill from reaching the windows of the bridge at night. Even the shields are upholstered in white leather to keep the high-end feel apparent. There's also an elevated sofa in the wheelhouse so guests can back-seat navigate.
  4. On the main deck, this 1,566 gross tonne superyacht is quite spacious. She is 12-meters at her widest point; that’s nearly 40-feet wide! Her space is felt in the salon, dining and even guest areas. With large vertical rectangular ports to either side on the forward main deck, great light pours into this part of the interior. Below we see a simple set up with coffee table and seating for two. Again we see the white leather gracing the walls and ceilings. It is a style that pervades many of the spaces onboard. On most yachts the exterior deck spaces are generally delightful areas to hang-out on. Have you seen SycaraV’s sun deck?
  5. It’s the highest deck offered onboard (short of climbing the radar mast) and the vistas are stunning being able to choose from three zones on this deck. The forward end has a sizable Jacuzzi for up to eight guests to utilize and instead of being flanked by the usual sunpads, the owner decided to go with sofa-style seating which works perfectly. The colors chosen for the sofas pop too especially when the back-drop is filled with blue and wispy clouds. Under the radar arch is an enclosed area that functions as the yacht’s gym area. Aft of this area is a curved bar to serve guests while they are on the sundeck and there is plenty of aft teak deck space for chairs to the laid out. If you couldn’t find enough sun deck sofa seating there is even more on the forward end of the yacht towards the bow.
  6. Forward of the bridge is an area that can be transformed into the ultimate lounging area. It is perfectly situated to take in those gorgeous views when Sycara V is anchored in the Caribbean. There are two tables provided for your favorite finger-food. Sofas are aft, starboard and port side of the teak-decked space. The majority of the area can be shaded when sun awnings are erected, thereby encouraging the use of the space when at anchor.
  7. Sycara V is a very interesting yacht built for an experienced owner having owned several other yachts in the past bearing the name Sycara. He wanted something different and surely he got from Nobiskrug. His ten other guests who sleep in five cabins on the lower deck are certainy appreciative of the Pure Detail conceptualized. Sycara V is powered by twin CAT 3516 marine diesels with up to 4,400 horsepower available to push her to 17-knots. With nearly 190,000 LT of fuel onboard this yacht can roam approximately 7,000 nautical miles at an economic speed.

    For more information:

    Nobiskrug GmBh
    Kieler Straße 53
    24768 Rendsburg
    Germany
    www.nobiskrug.com


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