Nobiskrug Launches 80-Meter Superyacht Artefact: Nobiskrug has launched the highly-anticipated 80-meter superyacht Artefact from its facility in Rendsburg, Germany. With an exterior designed by Gregory C. Marshall and a Reymond Langton interior, the 2,990 GT vessel will become the highest volume 80-meter superyacht afloat once delivered.
Artefact showcases a challenging and unique exterior, representative of the yacht’s highly technical and environmentally conscious feats that were high on the owner’s priority list. This unique vessel marries cutting-edge engineering and striking architectural design to embody a tribute to the nuances of human experiences that are often overlooked or ignored.
Commissioned by a visionary and technically-minded owner, construction started in November 2016 after more than two years of research and development by Nobiskrug and the superyacht’s designers. To achieve the design’s radical exterior shape, the project team decided to build the superstructure from GRP instead of conventional aluminum, which helped offset the added weight from Artefact’s 750 square meters of glass windows, which incorporates the yacht’s central defining feature of floor-to-ceiling windows.
The composite superstructure and the extensive use of custom curved glass panels is monumental, ensure that the visual experience from inside the yacht is uncompromised with minimal mullions to obstruct the panorama. Artefact is a perfect marriage of art and science made possible via innovative architectural design and advanced engineering.
Built to the latest IMO Tier III regulations, Artefact has a sophisticated hybrid propulsion system that relies on various on-board generators and an array of Lithium-ion batteries, making her up to 30% more efficient than convention diesel propulsion yachts in her class. These are coupled to twin ABB compact azimuthing pods, which also provide full dynamic positioning. Additionally, 23 square meters of solar panels on the sundeck hardtop provide auxiliary power.
This setup allows the superyacht to run in a state of optimal efficiency and minimal wear and tear on the generators. Instead of starting another diesel engine when power demands increase, the staff can just pull power from the battery bank or use excess energy to recharge the batteries, all of which allow the internal combustion engines to remain silent.
Little is known about the superyacht interior, but Nobiskrug has affirmed that Reymond Langston Design has created a custom interior, which has been finalized and installed.
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