Kusch Yachts


Designer description Kusch Yachts

Brand history

Kusch Yachts was founded by Claus Kusch in 1981. One year later, the first order was handed over to the customer. It was a Katalina yacht (now Lady Georgina). From the first days the studio determined the direction in which it was planning to develop - the segment of large boats. Today the team performs work for a wide range of clients from all over the world.


The client's wishes are at the heart of the studio's business. Every aspect of the project is carefully considered to ensure the owner's comfort and to create conditions for a pleasant life on board.


Kusch Yachts Studio is one of the few companies that offer a full range of services for superyachts. This includes naval architecture, interior and exterior design, refits, project support and much more.

Cooperation with shipyards

In the mid-2000s, the company identified itself as a main partner and works mainly with Peters Schiffbau, Germany's oldest shipyard with a rich tradition. The portfolio also includes such shipbuilders as Nobiskrug, Vulkan, Fr. Schweers Shipyard, Peene-Werft and Schichau-Unterweser GMBH.

Landmark projects

The company has been involved in the creation of top projects in the yachting industry. For example, the 100.8 meter I Dynasty is among the top ten most expensive yachts. The 133-meter Al Mirqab was designed with Tim Heywood and can take up to 60 guests on board.

The studio also worked on the 88-meter ice-class expedition vessel Arctic P. The boat, which received a brutal exterior, can travel up to 20,000 nautical miles on one tank.

Team .

The studio is located in Germany in Wevelsfleet and has an impressive staff of qualified professionals under the supervision of eight experts in the field of shipbuilding and design.