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Beam: 16.82 m

Draft: 4.2 m

Interior Designer: Reymond Langton Design

Exterior Designer: Gregory C. Marshall

Hull: Steel

Superstructure: Steel & composite

Max. speed: 17.8 knots

Cruising speed: 15 knots

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"ARTEFACT – a perfect marriage of art and science"

An artefact is a man-made object or effect of enduring significance in a natural system. In designing and building ARTEFACT, the goal was to prove that beautiful man-made objects can complement and celebrate the natural environment with minimal impact – and set new standards for engineering-driven stewardship while enhancing passenger comfort and experience.

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one of the world’s first superyachts to meet IMO Tier III emissions regulations

solar panels and a large battery storage system that allows the vessel to operate for a limited time with no use of internal combustion engines

innovative DC-bus diesel-electric Azipod propulsion system developed by ABB combined with dynamic positioning that can hold position without dropping anchor to protect sensitive sea floor – custom six-bladed propellers minimize noise and vibration while maximizing performance and efficiency

wastewater recycling system for re-use as technical water

unprecedented floor-to-ceiling glass central section complimenting 740 square meters of curved and expressive glasswork weighing almost 60 tons

at 2.999 GT, Artefact is now the biggest-volume 80-meter superyacht in the world

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MOTORYACHT OF THE YEAR 2021: ARTEFACT

"This award is emphatically a holistic one, considering every element of the yacht from appearance to build quality and technology." – Boat International

ARTEFACT is not only a new build...

...but a platform for innovation. An engineer and accomplished entrepreneur, the owner wanted to minimize emissions and the impact to the environment while furthering the state of the art through the use of cutting-edge technologies that can be deployed across all classes of vessels to promote cleaner seas and dramatically improved fuel efficiency. Intended to spearhead the future direction of yachting, ARTEFACT showcases innovative power generation technologies, digital power management, azimuthing pods with dynamic positioning and full digital automation in an aesthetically striking design that frames its environment.

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ARTEFACT: The perfect marriage of art and science through ground-breaking architectural design and innovative engineering.

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ARTEFACT - Triple Winner of The Design & Innovation Awards 2021

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ARTEFACT Yacht – Stunning $150M Superyacht

Built-in 2020 by Nobiskrug , ARTEFACT yacht is an incredibly unique and innovative yacht that has taken over the boating industry.

The technology used in this 80-meter-long yacht has created an environmentally conscious ship, earning it multiple awards including Motor Yacht of the year 2021. 

Artefact
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24
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Reymond Langton
2020
15 knots
Caterpillar
2,990 ton

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Although ARTEFACT was the creation of a family’s dream, the driving forces behind this groundbreaking technology were Mike Lazardis and Captain Clark.

This engineer and yacht captain worked together to combine their engineering knowledge and insight of the ocean.

They knew the ARTEFACT yacht needed to be something exceptional, while maintaining that home-like feel the family was seeking.

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Specifications

The ARTEFACT yacht reaches a max speed of 17.5 knots with a range of over 6,000 nautical miles and is powered by 2 Caterpillar engines.

It is quite large and can hold about 12 guests and 24 crew members. 

ARTEFACT includes solar panels and a large battery storage system to prevent the constant use of internal combustion engines.

This allows the yacht to move quietly so as to not disturb marine life.

It also does not need to drop an anchor to hold position lessening any damage to the sea floor.

Even the water used on the ship does not go to waste – any wastewater is recycled and used later as technical water.

These may seem like simple changes, but they make a significant impact on lessening the environmental effects that most yachts can have. 

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Designed by Gregory C. Marshall and Siamak Hariri, this spectacular structure features a futuristic look that is both gorgeous and functional.

With all of the glass used, the glass itself had to be specifically shaped in a way to minimize the transfer of vibrations and sounds that happen with glass. 

The open-space design allows passengers to get breathtaking ocean views at any spot on the ARTEFACT.

Not only will they see beautiful sunsets, but seeing more of the horizon actually helps with motion sickness.

An issue that some of the family members who own the ARTEFACT yacht ironically struggle from.

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If you thought the ARTEFACT’s exterior was magnificent, wait until you see the inside!

Beautifully designed by the famous Reymond Langton , the interior has a spacious and home-like feel that makes you forget you are in the middle of the ocean.

When the ARTEFACT yacht interior was initially designed, the team built a full-sized model in an empty warehouse to physically plan out how everything would be placed.

They used construction wrap and pieces of wood to create the models of each room including the owner’s deck, the bridge, and even the special Tai Chi room. 

The ARTEFACT yacht has been sailing the waters since early 2020 when it left its home in Germany.

Its spectacular design and innovative use of technology have brought it much attention.

Many believe that its success will start a chain reaction in the yacht-building industry, creating more of a focus on environmental impact.

It will definitely be interesting to see how yachts will evolve and change with ARTEFACT as their inspiration.

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A Closer Look at the 262-Foot Superyacht “Artefact”

262-Foot Superyacht “Artefact”

While the rest of the world panicked after the COVID-19 lockdown order, one family had the time of its life aboard its yacht. Mike Lazaridis, owner of Artefact, planned on spending three months on the boat every time he went cruising. Unfortunately, the pandemic changed that, and he ended up on a nine-month voyage on the 262-foot superyacht Artefact. It is currently the highest volume 80-meter superyacht worldwide at 2,990 gross tons so let’s take a closer look at it.

Environmentally-Friendly Focus

In 2018, Charter World published that Nobiskrug would unveil the name and design of its latest superyacht. The yacht was referred to as “Project 790” and was first unveiled at the Monaco Yacht Show in 2018. As per the article, the managing director of Nobiskrug revealed that the superyacht’s owner focused on having a vessel with as many environmentally friendly features as possible without compromising on the distinctive state-of-the-art hybrid aspect. Consequently, the yacht can recycle wastewater for use as technical water, courtesy of the advanced filtering systems. It also avoids the destruction of the coral reefs by making it possible to stay stable without dropping the anchor. It also utilizes solar energy through 248 square feet of solar panels, ensuring that it can operate without internal combustion engines for a limited time. Usually, the solar panels generate enough power to keep the lighting on at night. Once the panels are drained, the lithium batteries and variable speed generators kick in to provide more than enough power for optimal operation. Due to all these environmentally-friendly features, Artefact became among the first vessels to meet the International Maritime Organization (IMO) Tier III emissions regulations.

A Pacesetter Yacht

According to Boat International , Artefact started a trend. Nobiskrug sales and marketing director, Fadi Pataq, said that a client was impressed by the yacht’s use of frameless glass in the VIP cabin’s outer walls. For this reason, the client wanted more glass in his project. As other sources published, the amount of glass used on Artefact is a first in the world of yachting. While the finished product is breathtaking, the use of frameless glass still had its challenges, such as sound reflection, solar heat gain, weight, and optical properties. The yacht was constructed with sound absorption as a priority to address the sound reflection issue. Thus, there is a carpet in the owner’s suite that reduces noise levels to whispers. Solar heat gain is eliminated through two panels of bronze glass and a mirror layer that ensures unobstructed views while reducing the amount of heat.

The owner wanted the best seeing that it was his first and the last yacht; thus, there was no way he could leave anything to chance. Besides, for a person worth nearly a billion dollars, he did not want any cost spared at the expense of comfort, luxury, and most of all, conforming to his desire for an environmentally friendly yacht. As Captain Aaron Clark revealed, the owner did not want a boat that looked like everybody else’s; he was going for a future-proofed vessel. Nevertheless, not everything is a first with Artefact because Clark said he wanted a traditional aspect incorporated and reimagined to have an unprecedented experience. Some features include a Jacuzzi and plenty of deck space, enough to serve as a helipad and double up as a sunbathing area. According to Superyacht Times , it has four decks. The hull is made from steel, while the aluminum makes up the superstructure. Reymond Langton Design Ltd was in charge of the interior while the exterior designing was left to Gregory C. Marshall Naval Architect Ltd. The interior designer even boasted that it is one of the cleverest designs they have ever done.

Good Things Take Time

In March 2020, Artefact completed sea trials in the Baltic Sea, after which she was delivered to Lazaridis. Before the delivery, a lot of time had been spent in constructing it to meet the owner’s specifications. According to Yahoo , Clark and Lazaridis spent 18 months developing the ideal concept for Artefact. Once the multi-millionaire was satisfied, he signed the contract, and it took them another year to tank test and investigate stabilization systems. It took them an additional eight months to build the family deck to scale, a feat that cost $110,000, but money was no object. The move was essential because it enabled them to figure out how big they had to construct the boat to have enough space in all the rooms. After the deck construction was complete, the volume of the boat increased to 2,900 gross tons from 500 gross tons. Clark visited seven shipyards with the concept and settled on Nobiskrug because it had the design and pedigree required. While the amount of time spent building the deck and tank testing may seem a bit too much, you would be surprised that the owner started toying with the idea to construct Artefact in 2013.

Lazaridis had chartered yachts before and taken his family on cruises, but by 2013, he wanted his own. The idea crept into his mind after he admired pictures of yachts on a Boat International magazine, left by his friend on a coffee table. He, however, wanted his entire family to be part of the process because Artefact was theirs to enjoy. At first, some family members resisted because they suffer from motion sickness, but eventually, everyone was onboard. Lazaridis collaborated with Clark to research the latest design and technologies to make the family comfortable and ensure that the motion sickness concern was eliminated. After going to trade and equipment shows and seeing many yachts, they settled on what would become Artefact’s concept. Clark said that due to the extensive planning, the building process only changed 1.1%, which is quite admirable considering that most yacht constructions have 30% adjustments. Eventually, the cost of the yacht was $150 million and Lazaridis spends at least $10 million in annual running costs.

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Artefact: The Eco Superyacht that Changed the Game

Artefact is notable for a number of reasons, not the least of which is her advanced hybrid technology.

By Ellie Brade

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Last year saw a dazzling array of brand-new superyachts hit the water for the first time, and one of the most head-turning was the 262-ft Artefact , built in Germany by Nobiskrug and designed by Gregory C Marshall with an interior by Reymond Langton Design. Artefact is notable for a number of reasons, not the least of which is her advanced hybrid technology, striking exterior design and the fact that she is the biggest-volume yacht of her size in the world.

The owner’s brief was to create a yacht that blended environmental responsibility, innovative features and high comfort levels, and the design team more than delivered. The Artefact build team pushed the boundaries of yacht design, and rightly describe her as a ‘game changer.’

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Key features include the combined use of solar panels and a battery storage system that ensure the yacht can operate with no engines for windows of time. A diesel-electric Azipod propulsion system can hold Artefact’s position without needing to drop anchor — protecting sensitive ocean floors.

The clever use of glass has helped create a truly unique profile, with radically mismatched windows. With the highest glass ratio of any yacht of her size, a floor-to-ceiling central glass section has 7,965 sq ft of curved glasswork that weighs an incredible 60 tons!

A wide variety of guest spaces span her many decks, with numerous alfresco dining areas, a Jacuzzi, impressive storage capacity for tenders and toys, and a refined interior with high ceilings. Designed to maximize the long-term on-board comfort of her guests, Artefact’s many assets include a full cinema, beauty salon and gym.

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Nobiskrug Delivers ‘Artefact,’ the 262-Foot Hybrid Superyacht That Can Run in Total Silence

This five-deck, environmentally friendly yacht is all about greening yachting and cruising in silence..

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Hot off its successful Baltic Sea trials, Germany-based Nobiskrug shipyard delivered the much-anticipated yacht last week. Aiming for near-silent operation and top-notch stability and seaworthiness, the steel-and-composite yacht sports 248 feet of solar panels mounted on its sundeck. Along with its huge battery storage system, Artefact operates silently for short bursts without using combustion engines. Artefact ‘s DC-bus diesel-electric variable-speed Azipod-propulsion and dynamic-positioning systems are worth mentioning as well. They make dropping anchor onto a fragile seafloor unnecessary while ensuring efficiency and lower emissions. Noise and vibration are minimized and performance maximized by custom six-blade propellers. The technical systems uses recycled wastewater thanks to the yacht’s filtering system. With all of these environment-focused systems in place, Artefact meets the International Maritime Organization Tier III emissions regulations, and is one of the first superyachts to do so.

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Besides its green-friendly attributes, Artefact also boasts 7,965 square feet of curved glasswork, which weighs close to 60 tons—an impressive feat when considering that most yacht designers strive to save weight wherever possible. The lightweight composite superstructure makes using all that glass possible. And can you imagine the views? And the natural light?

“This is the owner’s first yacht, but it is certainly not his first large custom project,” says Marshall. “He brought an uncommon mindset for creating something original and unique.”

For example, instead of using the aft deck for an outdoor lounge and the main salon, the master suite occupies this space. Most main-deck master staterooms reside as far forward as the superstructure allows.

“The core mandate for Artefact was to create something that is not ‘just a regular boat,'” says Marshall.  “This philosophy sounds simple at first reading, but defines the DNA for Artefact to be absolutely exceptional in ways not typically considered even on the largest custom yachts .”

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Artefact features all kinds of windows in all kinds of shapes.  Charles Van Rooy

And while privacy is of utmost importance, according to Marshall, so is enjoying the surroundings. The large and ample windows are a great example. “You don’t just look out, you look forward, aft, up and down,” says Marshall. “And yet, you can’t see from one space into another.”

“Balconies are featured throughout and are positioned for privacy and wind protection,” explains Marshall. “Grand public spaces are balanced with intimate private ones.”

The UK’s Reymond Langton Design took care of the yacht’s interiors, which include eight staterooms and 12 crew cabins. Even though design details of the Artefact’s interiors have not been revealed, Marshall shares that its “layout and styling are exotic but serve to create an unmatched guest experience.”

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An overview shows the beautiful decking and substantial outdoor space, as well as the solar panels on the sundeck.  Francisco Martinez

All of the social spaces are located in low-acceleration zones for more serene cruising. This superyacht’s aim is to provide smooth-riding comfort, and the vessel’s hull has been tested extensively to make sure this is the case.

“Onboard comfort at sea defined Artefact ’s size (along with her compliment of tenders),” says Marshall. “A desire to remove noise and vibration at an unmatched level brought her hybrid propulsion system with giant battery banks and electric pod drives. All of this adds up to a stunning yacht that is a remarkable technical achievement for a very special owner with a tremendous vision.”

Artefact ’s top speed and range have not yet been released.

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Artefact was designed to provide smooth-riding comfort and was tested extensively to make sure this is the case.  Charles Van Rooy

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The current position of ARTEFACT is at South Pacific Ocean reported 2 min ago by AIS. The vessel is en route to NADI , sailing at a speed of 0.1 knots and expected to arrive there on Jul 20, 05:30 . The vessel ARTEFACT (IMO 9804332, MMSI 538071148) is a Yacht built in 2020 (4 years old) and currently sailing under the flag of Marshall Islands .

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Course / Speed 
Current draught4.2 m
Navigation Status At anchor
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IMO / MMSI9804332 / 538071148
CallsignV7SA5
FlagMarshall Islands
Length / Beam80 / 17 m

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IMO number9804332
Vessel NameARTEFACT
Ship typeYacht
FlagMarshall Islands
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Gross Tonnage2999
Summer Deadweight (t)340
Length Overall (m)80
Beam (m)15
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Year of Build2020
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ARTEFACT current position and history of port calls are received by AIS. Technical specifications, tonnages and management details are derived from VesselFinder database. The data is for informational purposes only and VesselFinder is not responsible for the accuracy and reliability of ARTEFACT data.

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MOHAI cares for the collection through preservation and public access. These efforts include everything from cleaning and properly housing objects to the further examination and study of items for historical research. MOHAI’s preservation and conservation efforts are critical activities for stewarding Puget Sound history and culture.

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What represents the unique history of Puget Sound and Seattle? Is there a defining artifact? Is it the Boeing B-1, original Rainier “R,” or is it or something from Puget Sound’s more recent innovative history?

Browse through highlights of artifacts and stories from MOHAI’s collections and see how history is always evolving.

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The Boeing B-1 plane was built in 1919 and was the company’s first commercial plane flying international mail between Victoria, British Columbia and Seattle.

The Grand Atrium is now home to the original Rainier Brewing Company’s “R” sign. The sign was originally at the Old Rainier Brewery in Seattle’s Industrial District.

Petticoat Flag

The Battle of Seattle took place on January 26, 1856 after increasing tensions between Native Americans and settlers. The settlers fled to the North Blockhouse, and this venerable flag was sewn by women who were waiting for the siege to end. The flags strips were made from petticoats, which is how this artifact gets its unusual name.

Ken Griffey scoring the winning run in Game 5 of the American League Division Series at the Kingdome, Seattle, October 8, 1995, MOHAI, Seattle Post-Intelligencer Collection, 2000.107.19951008.36, Photo by Robin Layton

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In Game 5 of the 1995 American League Division Series, the Seattle Mariners beat the Yankees 6-5 as Ken Griffey Jr. scored the winning run off Edgar Martinez’s hit, “The Double.”

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The physical landscape of Seattle was once very different. Seattle’s hills and valleys made it difficult to grow and expand, the Denny Hill being one of those obstacles. In 1898, city engineers began the Denny Regrade, a massive, 32-year project that reshaped Belltown and downtown Seattle. The first phase leveled 1st Ave from Pine St to Denny Way; the second phase began in 1903 and regraded the land between 2nd Ave and 5th Ave; the third phase began in 1928 between 5th Ave, Westlake Ave, Virginia St, and Harrison St, and was completed on December 10, 1932. This photo shows workers, ca. 1909, using high pressure jets of water to wash away Denny Hill.

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MOHAI’s home is in and of itself an historical artifact! Dedicated July 4, 1942, designed by architect B. Marcus Priteca, and built by the Works Progress Administration, this former Naval Reserve Armory combines Art Moderne features with its function as a Naval training center during World War II. For the next five decades, thousands of Navy and Marine Corps reservists trained here as well. The drill hall was ringed by battalion offices, a rifle range, and a replicated ship’s bridge.

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John Grade’s Wawona sculpture hangs in the museum’s Grand Atrium, and even extends into the lake waters below. This artwork has historical roots, though, and the wood it’s made from is repurposed from a historic 1897 schooner of the same name. The ship originally carried lumber, was refitted as a fishing vessel in 1914, and retired in 1947. The entire piece undulates and creaks just like an old ship at sea and reminds everyone that history is both elusive and enduring.

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80m  /  262'6 | nobiskrug | 2020.

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Cabin Configuration

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Special Features:

  • Elevator for easy access between floors
  • Impressive 5,300nm range
  • Multi-award winning
  • State-of-the-art cinema
  • Two VIP cabins

The multi-award winning 80m/262'6" motor yacht 'Artefact' was built by Nobiskrug in Germany at their Rendsburg shipyard. Her interior is styled by British designer design house Reymond Langton Design and she was delivered to her owner in March 2020. This luxury vessel's exterior design is the work of Gregory C. Marshall.

Guest Accommodation

Artefact has been designed to comfortably accommodate up to 16 guests in 8 suites comprising two VIP cabins. She is also capable of carrying up to 24 crew onboard to ensure a relaxed luxury yacht experience.

Onboard Comfort & Entertainment

Her features include a beauty salon, movie theatre, elevator, gym and air conditioning.

Range & Performance

Artefact is built with a steel hull and composite superstructure, with teak decks. Powered by twin diesel-electric Caterpillar (C18 ACERT SCAC) 814hp engines, she comfortably cruises at 15 knots, reaches a maximum speed of 17 knots with a range of up to 5,300 nautical miles from her 260,000 litre fuel tanks at 15 knots. Artefact features at-anchor stabilizers providing exceptional comfort levels. Her water tanks store around 55,000 Litres of fresh water. She was built to Lloyds Register ✠ 100 A1 SSC Yacht Mono G6; ✠ LMC UMS classification society rules.

Length 80m / 262'6
Beam 16.82m / 55'2
Draft 4.2m / 13'9
Gross Tonnage 2,999 GT
Cruising Speed 15 Knots
Built
Builder Nobiskrug
Model Custom
Exterior Designer Gregory C. Marshall
Interior Design Reymond Langton Design

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Artefact Awards & Nominations

  • Robb Report 2020 Superyacht Winner
  • World Yachts Trophies 2020 Best Layout (50- 82m) Winner
  • World Yachts Trophies 2020 Green Yachts Winner
  • Boat International Design & Innovation Awards 2021 Outstanding Exterior Motor Yacht Design - 60m and above Finalist
  • Boat International Design & Innovation Awards 2021 Best Interior Design Motor Yachts 500GT and Above Winner
  • Boat International Design & Innovation Awards 2021 Best Naval Architecture: Displacement Motor Yachts Winner
  • Boat International Design & Innovation Awards 2021 Eco Award Finalist
  • Boat International Design & Innovation Awards 2021 Innovation of the Year Winner
  • The International Yacht & Aviation Awards 2021 Motor Yacht over 60m Winner
  • The International Yacht & Aviation Awards 2021 Interior Design over 40m Winner
  • The World Superyacht Awards 2021 Motor Yacht of the Year Winner
  • The World Superyacht Awards 2021 Displacement Motor Yachts Between 1,500 GT and 2,999GT Winner
  • La Belle Classe Explorer Awards (Y.C.M.) 2022 Technology / Innovation Winner
  • The International Yacht & Aviation Awards 2022 Motor Yacht over 80m Finalist

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Specification

M/Y Artefact

Length 80m / 262'6
Builder
Exterior Designer Gregory C. Marshall
Interior Design Reymond Langton Design
Built | Refit 2020
Model
Beam 16.82m / 55'2
Gross Tonnage 2,999 GT
Draft 4.2m / 13'9
Cruising Speed 15 Knots
Top Speed 17.8 Knots

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Nobiskrug presents the first reveal of their latest high-tech 80-meter Project 790, as the superyacht has been moved from Kiel shipyard into the superyacht hall of the Rendsburg facility.

The yacht’s journey between the two shipyards started from Kiel Fjord with a passage through the locks, into the Kiel Canal continuing to Rendsburg, reaching the shipyard in the afternoon. Following the keel-laying in March this year, the construction of all sections up to assembly of the complete hull took place in the advanced shipbuilding facilities of the yard in Kiel. The superyacht will be expertly outfitted in the modern climate- controlled superyacht hall in Rendsburg until delivery in 2019.

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SEATTLE, Washington -- Houston righty Justin Verlander is expected to throw another bullpen session on Saturday as the three-time Cy Young winner tries to work his way back from neck discomfort that landed him on the injured list a month ago.

Houston manager Joe Espada said Verlander and Luis Garcia are expected to throw before the second game of the Astros' series in Seattle. The 41-year-old Verlander has been out since June 9 and is expected to throw around 25 pitches. Espada said the hope is that Verlander will be able to increase the intensity during this session.

"Last time he threw his side, he threw all of his pitches, so hopefully, there will be more intensity behind these pitches," Espada said.

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Garcia is still in the process of recovering from Tommy John surgery. Garcia didn't throw a scheduled bullpen session last week, but at the time, Espada didn't view it as a setback.

Garcia underwent surgery in May 2023.

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