The first expedition superyacht registered in Malta and which will be able to enter the polar region has sailed into the Grand Harbour, Valletta. This superyacht, nearly 166 metres in length has been built on the principle of being most environmentally friendly with design, state of the art engineering and innovation on the forefront of its manufacturing which lasted three years. This yacht will soon start crossing the most challenging oceans to deliver extraordinary experiences to its guests. The superyacht features also added value characteristics such as the availability of an underwater submarine that is available for guests who would like to explore the underwater world and two helicopters to be able to visit areas that are not usually accessible.
Minister for Transport, Infrastructure and Capital Projects Ian Borg commented, “It is a pleasure and a great satisfaction to be able to once again register such a distinguishable vessel offering such extraordinary experiences under the Malta flag. This, however, comes as no surprise as the Maltese flag is synonymous with quality, reputation and confidence and these three pillars have to date enabled our country to register almost 800 superyachts. Our commitment to continue striving for a high-quality service does not diminish with each success – on the contrary, such results show us that there is much more that we can and will achieve in the maritime sector.”