70m Nobiskrug superyacht Miza on sea trials

Superyacht Miza, previously known as Project 795, the latest project by the Germany-based shipbuilder Nobiskrug is out the shed and has been spotted undertaking her sea trials. Miza yacht sea trials Photo: Michael Fründt / SuperyachtblogNobiskrug has kept the 70-metre superyacht tightly under wraps and very little is known about her. What we do know is that the British Winch Design oversaw her styling both inside and out, and that she features a large pool on the sundeck aft, and is home to a generous beach club and swim platform at the stern.

Superyacht Miza spans three decks and has been constructed out of steel and aluminium for her hull and superstructure, respectively. She’s Lloyd’s classified and has been spotted flying a Cayman Island flag. Miza is estimated to have around 1850 GT of interior volume. Miza yacht sea trials Photo: Michael Fründt / SuperyachtblogThe launch of the project marks a significant milestone for the German shipyard, as she’s the first superyacht to hit the water since Nobiskrug filed for insolvency in 2021 and Lars Windhorst took over operations. 

Read: SYT exclusive with Lars Windhorst: Nobiskrug will be "bigger, more sustainable and profitable. We will do it!"

Nobiskrug currently has three projects in-build; the 77.1-metre superyacht Black Shark is expected next year, while the 77.2-metre Project Bullseye and the 83-metre Project Orkan are scheduled for completion in 2025 and 2026.

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