April 26, 2024

Conrad Shipyard Celebrates Extra Time

Over the past weekend, the Conrad Shipyard team, along with 250 guests including employees, business partners, and media, celebrated the premiere showcase of the motor yacht C144s Extra Time, which was launched in early March this year.

On Sunday, April 21, an official christening ceremony took place in front of the Hilton Hotel in Gdansk Old Town, where the Godmother pronounced the symbolic words: “Sail the Seas and Oceans, bring glory to the Conrad Shipyard, bring honor to Poland. I name you Extra Time.” The event was followed by a cocktail reception, special speeches, and a music performance.

On Saturday, April 20, exclusive presentations were held for the media and brokers. Despite the chilly weather, the vessel literally shone in the city center, attracting the attention of passers-by.

“Every launch and christening of a yacht at the Conrad Shipyard is a celebration for our entire team, who work with great passion and dedication for our collective success. The name Extra Time represents the great time spent on board with family and friends. We sincerely hope that the owners will enjoy Extra Time on their yacht.” – said Mikolaj Krol – Chairman and CEO at Conrad Shipyard.

Penned by Reymond Langton Design, with naval architecture by Diana Yacht Design and interior by M2Atelier, Extra Time offers a supreme level of luxury and comfort. The exceptional interior spaces of hull nr one – ACE have inspired Extra Time, ensuring a seamless blend of elegance and sophistication in accordance with the philosophy of Italian designers “less is more. The yacht can accommodate up to 10 guests in 5 staterooms, including a master suite, and features cabins for 9 crew members. Equipped with twin CAT engines, the yacht reaches a top speed of 14 knots and has a range of 5,100 nautical miles.

The C144s line is the first semi-custom series from Conrad’s portfolio. The award- winning first hull, ACE, captured the hearts of the industry and customers worldwide. Extra Time will soon debut on the Mediterranean Sea, with the third vessel in advanced construction and delivery in 2025, and the fourth hull available for sale.