Denison Yachting partnered with Nobiskrug for Project Lycka, a 77-meter yacht concept created in collaboration with Tillberg Design of Sweden. Nobiskrug is a German shipyard that builds innovative, custom-made luxury superyachts.
Project Lycka is characterized by clean, flowing lines that create a contemporary and modern look to the profile, with a Scandinavian lightness inside and out. The yacht is both well proportioned and thoughtfully equipped for active owners.
The expansive interior features Scandinavian-inspired simplicity with elements of luxury. An open plan design highlighted by large room high windows and folding balconies allows for interior and exterior to blend seamlessly on the main deck, which compromises a spacious salon and formal dining. The yacht has been designed to accommodate up to 14 guests in the owner’s suite as well as six additional guest en-suites of equal size on the lower deck. The crew quarters housing ten double cabins are situated forward.
Founded in 1905 and located on the Eider River in Rendsburg, Germany, Nobiskrug is famous for building “German superyachts for the 22nd century”. Its 80-meter superyacht ARTEFACT was built in 2020, and she is one of the first to be built under IMO Tier III emissions regulations, with a hybrid electric propulsion system.
Tillberg Design of Sweden is a design firm specializing in cruise ships and yachts, founded by Robert Tillberg in 1964, at the conception of ocean liner KUNGSHOLM. The company is recognized for its “purposeful Scandinavian design that is firmly grounded in history, and with a future-proof timelessness.” Earlier this year, Tillberg Design of Sweden established Viken Group to offer a more focused expertise in building and design in the yachting industry. Viken Group has just acquired HotLab, an Italian yacht design and architecture firm, which places Tillberg Design of Sweden in an even more strategic and beneficial standing in terms of Project Lycka.
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