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News: Interior Sneak Peak Of 77M Project 'Black Shark'

Discussion in 'Nobiskrug Yacht' started by Yacht News, Jun 1, 2021.

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  1. Just A Glimpse: Interior Of 'Black Shark'
    'Black Shark' is the project name of a 77-meter superyacht presently under construction at German yard Nobiskrug. The vessel was supposed to be one of the more transparent projects that the yard has built in terms of provision of information and renderings to the industry. Usually, it is the other way around where information is withheld. True to their word, the yard has provided exterior renderings of what the vessel should look like when completed and we have seen bare-metal photos of the hull being transported. Now we get to glimpse what the interior and deck spaces should look like too.
  2. While the exterior of Project Black Shark is by Winch Design, the interior is by Sinot. Below we get a glimpse of one of the aft deck spaces and into the salon. The theme Black Shark is carried out through the entire design process. Still, the interiors needed to remain warm and inviting to the owner as well as their guests. To keep the Black Shark theme on course there are some areas on the interior where there are black ceilings and the details point to the shark theme or black either boldly or in a less in-your-face manner.
  3. Below showcases what the forward sun deck will look like. It is awash in white, quite opposite to the theme as if it were liberating away from the consensus as an open-air deck. A multi-person jacuzzi is the focal point of this portion of the sundeck while it is flanked by overabundance of sunpads and built-in seating regions. The space can be covered in a sun awning to help temper the heat.
  4. On the aft end of this yacht is where you will find the welcoming as well as point to the water spaces. The beach club of project Black Shark is on the aft lower deck and as you can see it is supported by a top-hinged, upward-swinging transom door as well as downward swinging terrace doors. The swim platform has ample space and can be fitted with sunbrellas, plug-in showers for wash offs and it has a built-in sea stairs system to make entry and exit from the water second-nature. The side terraces of the beach club can be fitted with awnings above making the space even more enjoyable.

    For more information:

    Nobiskrug GmBh
    Kieler Stra├če 53
    24768 Rendsburg

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