The Nobiskrug’s Artefact, previously known as Project 790, a 260-foot hybrid and the luxury yacht will be delivered in 2019 after been showed to all the world at the Monaco Yacht Show this year when a scale model of the newest luxury boat project that comes from the Nobiskrug team was unveiled and revealed.
During this Yacht Show in Monaco, everyone loves a good scale model, especially because it gave to the visitors a sneak peek of a gland and glorious future sailing yacht. The Project 790—now known as Artefact—is the first hybrid superyacht with a contemporary design to have a DC bus, batteries, and a variable-speed ABB Pod propulsion system.
Nobiskrug’s Artefact is scheduled for a 2019 delivery. Perfect for a luxury lifestyle, the main goal about the creation of this sailing yacht is providing a unique experience while minimizing the impact on fragile marine ecosystems.
The yacht’s design was completed by Gregory Marshall Studio in Canada with interior styling by London’s Reymond Langton Design. Due to the new modern technology features, not only will Artefact issue lower emissions, the yacht will offer a smoother, quieter ride without the usual noise and vibration levels. Besides this, a Dynamic Positioning System has been added to allow this luxury yacht to hold its position for longer before needing the use of an anchor.
With more and more owners investing their own time and money into the research and development of eco-friendly superyachts solutions, the industry is able to create new pathways in the area.