Freire Shipyard delivers Spain’s largest superyacht

'Renaissance' project, a 112-meter motor yacht © Chou Pesqueira

Spanish shipbuilder Freire has delivered the 112m superyacht Renaissance to its owner.

The flagship motor yacht, also known as hull NB724, is the first superyacht completed by Freire in a decade and is the yard’s largest yacht by length. It is now the largest and highest tonnage yacht built in Spain to date.

The previous superyachts delivered by Freire were the 74m Naia in 2011 and OceanXplorer in 2010.

In a statement, Freire Shipyard says: “[We] are pleased to announce that its hull number 724, the Renaissance project, has been delivered and is ready for the charter market as one of the most iconic motor yachts in the entire world fleet.”

With the interior and exterior designed by London-based Bannenberg & Rowell Design, the 7,200 gross-tonnage vessel can accommodate 36 guests in luxury across six decks, and has a crew of 44.

Freire continues: “We want to thank the more than 600 people who have worked on this project over the last years. Both direct personnel from the shipyard, subcontractors, suppliers, financial entities, and the classification society involved in this incredible project. We extend a special and heartfelt thanks to the shipowner for placing their trust in Freire Shipyard.”

Renaissance can cruise at a speed of 12 knots, with a max speed of 16 knots. The new superyacht is now available to charter, and will be available for around $3.5m per week.

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