With the design and project management teams at Danish Yachts in Skagen keeping a close eye on the project time scales, the next stage of build of the Espen Oeino jet propelled superyacht is nearing completion. The dayboat has now been housed in the main fitting out shed for almost three months and fairing and painting are due to start any day.
All the tanks have now been pressure tested, not just for the one hour which is laid down in her build regulations, but for a full 24 hours, illustrating the highest standards of workmanship in this Danish superyacht shipyard. The in-house specialist team of joiners and craftsmen have brought their incomparable skills to start work on the interior, and as with the rest of the build all fixtures are to a precise weight – in this particular case an astounding 69kg per square metre! In-house fabrication is nearly complete on all the stainless work and electrical work has commenced.
Jonathan McDonnell, Senior Sales Engineer, said, “The strength of the Danish Yachts’ design and build team at our shipyard is second to none – all our in-house specialists in Skagen are working closely together to complete this exquisite carbon fibre superyacht to the highest standards of technological excellence. Build 116 is on target for a Spring launch next year and with her ultra lightweight construction, she will use less fuel making her one of the first in a new generation of superyachts, specifically designed and built to reduce her negative impact on the environment.