Nobiskrug wins first contract since Tennor Group takeover

Germany’s Nobiskrug has won a contract to refit a superyacht in a project scheduled to take several months. The deal comes just eight weeks after Lars Windhorst, founder and owner of the Tennor Group, took over the shipbuilder and is the yard’s first contract under its new ownership.

The vessel, said to be “one of the largest and most beautiful yachts in the world” according to a company statement, is more than 120m long. The work, involving routine repairs as well as a comprehensive refit, will require both the shipyard’s engineering and construction capabilities.

Nobiskrug CEO, Philipp Maracke, commented: “Following trustful and productive negotiations, we have managed to successfully re-position Nobiskrug on the market in a very short period of time. The customers appreciate our collaborative approach matched with our longstanding high-quality performance. We will continue to work reliably and professionally on all the shipbuilding projects handed over to us in the future.”

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