Previously known as Project 790, the 80m from Nobkiskrug finally got a name when she was unveiled at the Monaco Yacht Show. Artefact, as she has been called, has exteriors by Gregory Marshall and interiors by Reymond Langton Design. She will also be one of the first yachts to be built to comply with the very strict IMO Tier III emissions regulations.
This was at the specific request of her owner who wanted her to have as little impact as possible. She will also be equipped with electric motors, solar panels, a stabilisation system that will allow her hold her position without dropping anchor, and naturally, water recycling. Artefact’s superstructure is made from composite and uses special custom-made curved glass for breathtaking views. She’ll splash in 2019.