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Motor Yacht Flying Fox (ex Graffiti) - a Nobiskrug Superyacht
73.5m megayacht Flying Fox (ex Graffiti, Project 783) is built by the prestigious German shipyard Nobiskrug and was launched in 2011. Luxury custom built motor yacht Flying Fox´s both roomy interior and fascinating exterior are designed by English world-known Reymond Langton Design.
Super yacht Flying Fox is presumed to accommodate 12 guests in 6 lovely cabins. She features a spacious saloon and cinema area, an equally roomy sky lounge, beach club and gym for her guests to enjoy.
241´ luxury yacht Flying Fox (ex Graffiti) boasts a steel hull and an aluminium superstructure. She has a beam of 12.5m (41´) and a draught of 3.65m. Twin MTU engines run this stunning yacht, giving her a maximum speed of about 17 knots and a cruising speed of 14 knots.
74m luxury yacht Flying Fox is presumed to sleep 12 guests in 6 beautiful cabins. She boasts a large saloon and cinema area, an equally roomy sky lounge, beach club as well as gym for her guests to enjoy.
|Type/Year:||a Nobiskrug Superyacht/2011
||Max Speed:||17 knots
||Engines:||2x MTU diesels
|Cruise Speed:||14 knots
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|Builder/Designer:||Reymond Langton Design, Nobiskrug
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