The 73.15m superyacht Siren has returned to Nobiskrug - the yard from which she was launched - for her first five-year class survey in Rendsburg.

Siren was delivered in April 2008. Her exterior and interior styling were developed by the Hamburg-based design studio Newcruise Yacht Project & Design, whilst Nobiskrug was responsible for the naval architecture. She is built according to Germanischer Lloyd and MCA rules. Her full displacement hull allows a cruising speed of 15 knots at lowest consumption and a maximum speed of 17.5 knots.

A further yacht of 74m will accompany Siren in the dry-dock during the winter season and is due to be docked by the end of November.

The aim of Nobiskrug’s head of refit and repair, Bernd Wittorf, to offer an “all-in-one solution” as well as a full service package to the customers has, he said, "proved to be a success...as clients are looking to combine the yard’s highest quality construction with innovative engineering."


Image courtesy of Klaus Jordan.

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