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World's largest superyacht REV arrives in Norway for outfitting

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By Katia Damborsky  2 October 2019

The world's largest yacht, the 183m/600ft expedition yacht REV has completed her journey to Norway, where she is set to undergo outfitting.

Superyacht REV has completed the journey from the VARD facilities in Romania to the Norwegian branch of the shipyard for outfitting.

First hitting the waters in August, the vessel completed the 25-day journey by tow.

She will now undergo an eight-month outfitting process before she is transported to Lloyd Werft in Germany for the final stages of construction.

Delivery is set for early in 2021. 

Superyacht REV arriving in Norway
Superyacht REV on her way to Norway

REV has been commissioned by Norwegian ocean research company Roselinis Four-10. The company is owned by Norwegian billionaire and businessman Kjell Inge Roekke.

The yacht is available for crewed yacht charters, and she will be used primarily as a research platform for oceanographic analysis and expeditions.

Upon delivery she will become the world's largest yacht, knocking the 180.65m (592ft) superyacht AZZAM from top spot. 

The yacht will be used primarily as a research platform for oceanographic analysis and expeditions.

REV features interior styling from the esteemed superyacht design agency H2 and exterior styling from the renowned Espen Oeino.

The yacht's interiors are expected to balance functionality with luxury, and incorporate a number of high-tech features including laboratories, an auditorium and an opening in her hull, known as a Moonpool, from which submersibles can be lowered and maneuvered.

If you'd like to know more you can check out our article, 8 of the best features on board REV

REV towed into Norway

If you'd like to learn more about chartering M/V REV, please reach out to your preferred yacht charter broker.

You can view and compare all expedition yachts for charter.


 
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