Germany is home to one of the world’s strongest national economies. The Western European country is also home to great engineering, surpassing the craftsmanship of most other countries’ manufactured goods – if not blowing every single one of them out of the water.
Nobiskrug is a ship manufacturer based in Germany that has been in operation since 1905. Throughout its lifetime, Nobiskrug has been situated in the city of Rendsburg, a city in the northernmost extreme of Germany, bordering the Atlantic Ocean, thereby giving Nobiskrug direct access to the world’s oceans.
Learning About the Basics of Nobiskrug
Nobiskrug has been building ships of all sorts for nearly 115 years now, though it only picked up the construction of superyachts in 2000. The organization’s very first superyacht was Tatoosh, a 92.5-meter-long super yacht. Tatoosh first sailed the Atlantic Ocean’s waters in the year 2000.
Now, having been in the superyacht industry for nearly two decades, Nobiskrug is single-handedly responsible for having constructed 10 unique, custom-built superyachts! Get Additional Information Here.
Some of these superyachts include Mogambo, Sycara V, and Sailing Yacht A.
Nobiskrug’s Adoption by the Privinvest Group
In 1990, Iskandar Safa of Lebanon started a company called the Privinvest Group with his older brother Akram. Iskandar Safa’s unbridled passion for making a difference in the world has been his driving force behind his success. He studied engineering and obtained a degree from American University.
The Safa brothers had originally thought they were going to grow their own ship-constructing operations on their own, though they promptly made a change of plans in favor of finding other operations to buy for themselves.
Nobiskrug was purchased by Privinvest, under the direct leadership of Mr. Iskandar Safa, along with a pair of other shipbuilding yards also in Germany.
CMN, another company that Privinvest owns, is also a frequent builder of superyachts, with their portfolio including Slipstream and Ice Angel, among others. See This Article to learn more.