Photo: Jostein BergseBuilt by the acclaimed German shipyard Nobiskrug in 2012, the 73.5-metre motor yacht Dytan is captured here recently anchored in the Norwegian fjords outside the town of Gudvangen. After changing hands in November 2017 under the name Flying Fox, Dytan underwent a major refit in the Netherlands where the yacht’s exterior was returned to its original all-white state under which it was launched in 2012 as Graffiti. Designed by Reymond Langton and Mark Berryman, the yacht’s previous owner enlisted the help of the same design team to design his latest superyacht, also called Flying Fox. Under her previous ownership, Dytan famously cruised the Mediterranean and beyond together with her support yacht called 6711 (now 6711 Geo).
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