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Nobiskrug Yachts

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  1. Nobiskrug Yachts
    With 111 years of shipbuilding experience and more than 750 delivered vessels, Nobiskrug designs and builds timeless and unique superyachts from 60m up to 400m in length. The 92-meter “Tatoosh” and the 73-meter award winning superyacht “Mogambo” are just some of the deliveries the shipyard is famous for. Recently, Nobiskrug came into limelight when the new build 787, project “White Pearl” was first seen on her sea trials in summer 2015. As one of the leading superyacht builders, Nobiskrug is part of the German Naval Yards. The group employs about a thousand highly skilled people at its facilities in Rendsburg and Kiel with an in-house engineering and a construction department consisting of all required workshops such as ship building, piping, machinery, lathe, electrical or high quality interior manufacturing. Blending modern technology with traditional skills of German master craftsmen, Nobiskrug is entering a new era by building superyachts that will last for generations to come, in tune and ready to cruise into the 22nd century.

    Nobiskrug's Land Division features light-metal manufacturing, steel construction and interior finishing services. With a proud tradition of more than 90 years in the shipbuilding business, Nobiskrug is respected by customers around the world. With two building berths, two dry docks (one of which is covered), purpose-equipped workshops, fitting-out quays spanning some 400 meters, and state-of-the-art crane facilities, Nobiskrug is able to build, repair and convert yachts of practically every type. Nobiskrug is logistically well located in Rendsburg, on the Kiel Canal, which is probably the world’s most frequented shipping channel, being the indispensable link between the North European and Atlantic approaches to the Baltic Sea.

    The name "Nobiskrug" is taken from the ancient land register designation for the site on which the shipyard is located. In mythology, "Nobiskrug" means the last stop in this world on the way to the next. Linguists and historians categorize "Nobiskrug" as a name used in northern Germany for taverns, inns and public houses.

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