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12 Dec

Nedship Yachts Presents 650 ‘Quadro’ Superyacht

In July of 2011, Antalya, Turkey-based superyacht builder Nedship launched the exquisite 134-foot (42m) Baia Mare.

Baia Mare

Then, in August, 2011, Nedship announced it had been selected by Strand-Craft to build the striking and daring Eduard Gray-designed SC122 and SC166 superyachts.

SC 166 rendering

Now, the Nedship Superyacht Group presents the Nedship 650 ‘Quadro’ megayacht design. The new yacht design was created by the in-house designers at Nedship as well as serious input from superyacht captains and owners. Either carbon reinforced Glass-Epoxy composite or full Carbon-Epoxy Composite will be used to keep the weight of the yacht to a minimum allowing better performance and a more fuel efficient hull.

Quadro 650

For the new Nedship 650 Quadro it is envisioned that twin 1920 MTU engines connected to traditional shaft and propellers would provide a top speed of 21-knots. However, the alternative package would see her using triple 2,600 HP MTU engines connected to KaMeWa waterjets for a top speed of 38-knots. Construction time is anticipated to be 18-24 months from new order.

For additional information, including pricing and availability please contact the following
Denison Yacht Brokers:
Ned Bruck; Ned@DenisonYachtSales.com, Office Phone Number: 954.763.3971
Cell Phone Number: 305.282.4003
Bob Offer; Offer@DenisonYachtSales.com, Office Phone Number: 954.763.3971
Cell Phone Number: +1 954.801.8300

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