Mogambo Yacht

Mogambo Yacht
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Measuring 74 meters (almost 243 feet), Mogambo is a luxurious superyacht whose name was clearly inspired by the award winning Mogambo movie of the 1950s, starring Clark Gable, Grace Kelly, Ava Gardner and Donald Sinden.

Designed by Reymond Langton and launched by the Nobiskrug shipyard, the vessel is simply stunning, with a gorgeous design and lavish amenities. The yacht can accommodate up to 12 guests in luxe conditions. There are four VIP rooms on the lower deck, and another one on the upper deck.

Two of the lower deck cabins can be converted into twin staterooms. The master quarters are a sanctuary of luxury with organic furniture and a sophisticated color palette: taupe, honey, crème and gold.

All interiors feature warm, elegant colors, fine materials, exquisite textures, and high-end materials. Among the yacht’s best amenities there is a cinema, a spa, a Jacuzzi, elegant dining room with table for 12, inviting lounging spots, and comfortable furniture for both the indoor and outdoor areas.

Whether you’re looking for some quiet time and privacy, or some fun and socialization, the huge Mogambo can meet your every need.

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Chris Quinn | Elite.

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