PROJECT BLACK SHARK Nobiskrug
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Nobiskrug superyacht PROJECT BLACK SHARK (a.k.a. PROJECT 793) measures 77m/252.6ft with exterior and interior styling from Winch Design, and naval architecture from Sinot Yacht Architecture & Design with a delivery date of 2021.
NOTABLE FEATURES OF PROJECT BLACK SHARK: ~Deck whirlpool ~Beach club ~Spa area ~Internationally renowned designers ~One of the most eco-friendly yachts - built to IMO Tier III standards ~Air conditioning ~Wi-Fi
Sharp bold lines form the exterior profile of PROJECT BLACK SHARK, which features three decks and a plumb bow with a sizeable foredeck and broad aft decks for alfresco dining and lounging.
PROJECT BLACK SHARK Specifications
|Builder/Designer:||Sinot Exclusive Yacht Design, Nobiskrug, Winch Designs|
The shipyard has yet to reveal details about the interior layout.
The shipyard has yet to reveal details about the accommodation layout.
Amenities and Extras
We do have available further amenity, owner and price information for the 77m (252'6'') yacht PROJECT BLACK SHARK, so please enquire for more information.
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"What I hope owners want from Andrew Winch Design is something original, of the highest quality, where it’s both emotionally charged and very relaxing. You go in and say “Wow”, but you sit down and say “Aaah”. It should relax you..." - Andrew Winch