Spain’s flagship 112m Freire superyacht Renaissance delivered

The 111.85-metre Freire superyacht Renaissance has been delivered to her new owner. The flagship motor yacht, also known as hull NB724, is the largest superyacht, by length, to have been built by the shipyard and is currently Spain's largest ever yacht.Renaissance yacht cruisingWith an interior volume of 7,200 GT, Renaissance features interior and exterior design from London-based design studio Bannenberg & Rowell Design. Marin Teknikk AS managed the yacht's naval architecture, and it is the first time the Norway-based firm has collaborated with Bannenberg & Rowell Design.

Very few details have been unveiled about the steel and aluminium superyacht, but the first images of Renaissance in March 2023 revealed she has a helipad on her bow, and a swimming pool on her main aft deck.

Read: Bannenberg & Rowell's 112m Freire superyacht NB724 begins sea trialsRenaissance yacht interior door detail"We want to thank the more than 600 people who have worked on this project over the last years. Both direct personnel from the shipyard, subcontractors, suppliers, financial entities, and the classification society involved in this incredible project," said Friere Shipyard. "We extend a special and heartfelt thanks to the shipowner for placing their trust in Freire Shipyard."

Renaissance will be available to charter this summer in the Mediterranean with Burgess

Freire are no stranger to large superyachts and previously launched the 110.6-metre Falkor (Too) and the 73.6-metre Naia superyacht in 2011.

The Spain-based shipyard also announced in September 2022 that they had laid the keel of new 100m+ superyacht explorer. It is expected that her hull and superstructure will be completed in August 2023, ahead of her delivery in 2024.