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Nobiskrug delivers Motor Yacht Jamaica Bay

August 24, 2010

Written by Mike Smith

The German shipyard Nobiskrug successfully completed and delivered the traditional 60 metre motor yacht ‘Jamaica Bay’ to the yacht’s owners in early August, 2010. The classic inspired Jamaica Bay superyacht, as distinguishable by her remarkable canoe stern, was designed by the Dutch designer Felix Buytendijk – both exterior and interior.

The 60 m 2010 luxury superyacht Jamaica Bay has superb open exterior decks which are undisturbed by superstructure and hence allow uninterrupted views over the ocean. The interiors are very traditional in dark mahogany with deep blue carpeting or wooden flooring and there is a very smooth transition from the Guest Areas to the well appointed Crew Accommodation.

Superyacht Jamaica Bay underway

The 60m Superyacht Jamaica Bay underway

The accommodation aboard the Jamaica Bay yacht is spaciously divided with the expansive Owner’s Suite placed forward on the Main Deck, just ahead of the equally grand VIP Suite, both equipped with whirlpool bathtubs in the large bathrooms. The four Guest Cabins, which are spacious enough for either luxury yacht charters or private owner use, on the Lower Deck are typically situated around the main staircase that rises through the vessel with its traditional mahogany balustrade, reaching the Sky Lounge with its window placement and the tranquil ambience.

With her maximum speed of 16 knots, yacht Jamaica Bay will not take long to sail to USA where she will cruise the East Coast down to Caribbean in readiness for the coming winter season.

Nobiskrug has now four further yachts under construction and will shortly deliver the next mega yacht Sycara V, to be presented at the Monaco Yacht Show 2010.

The 2010 Nobiskrug 60 m Motor Yacht Jamaica Bay

The 2010 Nobiskrug 60 m Motor Yacht Jamaica Bay

For further information n Yacht Jamaica Bay oplease contact:
Nobiskrug GmbH
Dirk Zademack
Kieler Strasse 53
24768 Rendsburg, Germany
Dirk.Zademack@nobiskrug.com
+ 49 4331 207 180
More about Nobiskrug GmbH:
Nobiskrug is a shipyard, situated at the river Eider in Rendsburg Germany with more than 100 years of experience and tradition in the construction of large seagoing superyachts. The shipyard focuses on the newbuild and conversion of mega yachts longer than 60m. Furthermore Nobiskrug is specialized in the maintenance and repair of naval vessels. Since summer 2009 Nobiskrug is part of Abu Dhabi MAR. The French shipyard CMN and ADM Shipyards are also part of this group.

Hull number 779, superyacht JAMAICA BAY by Nobiskrug shipyard undergoing sea trials.

April 26, 2010

Written by Chelsea Smith

Jamaica Bay - Photo Credit Vessel Tracker.com

Hull number 779, motor yacht JAMAICA BAY was launched by the Nobiskrug shipyard in Germany at the end of last year. The Superyacht JAMAICA BAY is now undergoing sea trials in the Ostsee before being handed over to her experienced owner.

The Nobiskrug Superyacht JAMAICA BAY is the 3rd yacht for her owner who previously owned 2 others also called JAMAICA BAY. The latest of which was a 51 metre Schweers megayacht, now called LEGEND, and prior to that a 42 metre Amels motor yacht, now named TRANQUILITY. All three superyachts feature interior styling by the Dutch designer Felix_Buytendijk, while the latest JAMAICA BAY by Nobiskrug yachts also features classic exterior styling by Buytendijk.

The contract for Nobiskrug hull number 779 was signed in April 2006. Megayacht JAMAICA BAY was designed and built for worldwide cruising with a range of 4,000 nautical miles. The classically styled superyacht offers accommodation for up to 12 guests and the owner’s suite features spectacular panoramic views.

Nobiskrug also recently launched the newly finished hull of their 74m motor yacht Mogambo – hull number 782 from the shipyard.

Contact the team at CharterWorld for further information on any of the JAMAICA BAY’s, or for information on chartering a yacht built by Nobiskrug.