Project 783 to Be Unveiled At the Monaco Yacht Show
This summer at the Monaco Yacht Show, Imperial are preparing to make a splash as they exhibit the new yacht on their books – the 73.5m Nobiskrug. Reymond Langton Design Studio are behind the super contemporary and clean interior, with its stunning array of natural woods, bright steel, and clotted cream color schemes, courtesy of designer Mark Berryman.
The vessel was expertly built by elite German shipyard Nobiskrug and was delivered in 2012. Her elegant profile is quite the sight, especially when set against a backdrop of rugged golden cliffs or pale sandy beaches. Two powerful 16-cylinder engines put out an impressive 1700KW of power, ensuring she can cruise at a cool 15 knots or push it up to 17 knots when the need arises.
This is a yacht that is set for sundrenched shores and she makes the most of her exclusive outdoor space. Guests can expect a plethora of spaces for soaking up the al fresco lifestyle, whether it’s sinking down in the onboard jacuzzi, enjoying supper in the outdoor dining space, or lounging in the sun at the high-class luxury beach club.
Entertainment is what Project 783 does best, there is never a dull moment on deck especially with the private cinema space, the sundeck gym, and the array of tenders and water toys, including three sea bobs for underwater exploration and kite surfing equipment for tackling the waves.
Six decadent cabins are well dressed in the same contemporary style that sweeps throughout the yacht offering space for 12 guests. The full beam owner’s suite is certainly the talk of the town with its stunning folding terrace that offers sea gazing vistas at the main deck level. A VIP stateroom also offers an amazing space for distinguished guests looking for pure comfort. The other four cabins are also nothing to turn your nose up at, with two queen cabins, one twin cabin, and another that can change according to needs. Of course, all cabins come with beautiful en suite facilities.
This beautiful boat was never available for charter, remaining an enigma and rare beauty upon the seas. Now, at the Monaco Yacht Show she will be open for viewings – strictly by appointment only and her price will be available upon application. For lovers of clean refreshing yachts that maintain their timeless design without even a hint of garishness, Project 783 is a sight worth seeing.