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Conrad Shipyard launches the “Extra Time”

Caption: The yacht "Extra Time" is to be christened in April

The yacht “Extra Time” has been launched at the Conrad shipyard in Gdansk, Poland.

She is the second luxury yacht in the Conrad C144s series. According to the shipyard, this new vessel builds on the success of its predecessor “Ace” and is the second largest privately owned yacht to be built entirely in Poland.

The 44, 27 m long and 8.90 m wide “Extra Time” was designed by Reymond Langton Design, with naval architecture by Diana Yacht Design and interior design by M2Atelier. The “Extra Time” can accommodate up to ten guests in five cabins, including a master suite, and has cabins for nine crew members.

Built under the Lloyd’s Register class, the yacht is equipped with two type C18 CAT engines with an output of 599 kW at 2,100 rpm which enable a top speed of 14 knots and a range of 5,100 nautical miles. The W2450 transmission was supplied by ZF. The yacht will spend its first season in the south of France.

Conrad builds two more yachts in the C144s series

Following the delivery of the “Ace”, the launch of the “Extra Time” is another milestone in the Conrad shipyard’s success story. The yacht is to be officially christened and handed over to her owner at the end of April 2024.

“For our shipyard, another launch is the next success for the company and all its employees. It is proof of our more than twenty years of tradition and experience in building top-class superyachts. ‘Extra Time’ shines just like her predecessor ‘Ace’. With her timeless silhouette, she will shine in every corner of the world,” said Mikołaj Król, CEO of the Conrad shipyard.

According to the shipyard, hull number 3 from the C144s series is at an advanced stage of construction and is scheduled for delivery in spring 2025, while hull number 4 is currently for sale.

Conrad Shipyard
The yacht “Extra Time” is to be christened in April

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