Conrad Shipyard launches superyacht 'Extra Time’

Conrad Shipyard launches superyacht 'Extra Time'

MY Extra Time at Conrad Shipyard in Gdansk
Photo: Conrad Shipyard

Conrad Shipyard, located in Gdansk, has announced the launch of its second luxury yacht in the Conrad C144s series, named M/Y EXTRA TIME. This yacht is the second largest privately-owned yacht ever built entirely in Poland. The first yacht in this series, M/Y ACE, was a great success, which has led to the launch of M/Y EXTRA TIME.

M/Y EXTRA TIME is an epitome of luxury, offering unparalleled comfort and elegance. It has been crafted by Reymond Langton Design, with naval architecture by Diana Yacht Design and interior by M2Atelier. The yacht accommodates up to 10 guests in 5 staterooms, including a master suite, and features cabins for 9 crew members. It draws inspiration from the exceptional interior spaces of MY ACE and seamlessly blends elegance and sophistication, in line with the philosophy of Italian designers: „less is more.”

The yacht’s name, EXTRA TIME, signifies the cherished moments spent onboard with loved ones. It is powered by twin CAT engines, achieving a top speed of 14 knots and a range of 5,100 nautical miles.

M/Y ACE had received eight international awards, setting a new benchmark in yacht production. The launch of M/Y EXTRA TIME marks another milestone in Conrad Shipyard’s legacy of excellence. The yacht is scheduled to be officially christened and delivered to its owner by the end of April 2024.

Mikołaj Król, president of Conrad Shipyard, said, “For our shipyard, the next launch is another success for the company and all its employees. It is a testament to our over 20 years of tradition and experience building best-in-class superyachts. M/Y Extra Time shines just like her predecessor, M/Y Ace. With her timeless silhouette, she will dazzle in every corner of the world.”

Our agency is proud to have provided port agency services to the owner and crew of this magnificent motor yacht.

Source: Conrad Shipyard and


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