The yacht, which will be 800gt is for a client who wants to keep the project private, so nothing of the design or style of the yacht is yet available to see other than a single line sketch.
But SuperyachtNews.com has learned that the vessel will be powered by four MTU 16v 2000 M94 engines outputting 2600kW each via Kamewa water jets.
For efficiency, the yard has said they are working on systems to allow the yacht to run on a single engine, which can be alternated for efficiency and uniform maintenance.
The 62m will deliver in spring 2016.
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