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Feature: Nobiskrug 74M Superyacht "Mogambo"

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  1. German-made Nobiskrug 74-meter Superyacht "Mogambo"

    German builder Nobiskrug has built several yachts to-date and one of their builds sails around with the name "Mogambo". This yacht is a slight evolution of the "Triple Seven" platform and just looking at her will confirm this but she has stylistic appeal on her own too. Forget the familiar lines, her grey and white paint work is echoed on many other yachts around the world but she has a distinctive grey splash on her superstructure that no other yacht can claim and this makes her very easy to distinguish in her current state. Built in 2012 by Nobiskrug as hull #782, Mogambo has both interior and exterior design by Reymond Langton Design.
  2. The design for this 73.55-meter spreads across four decks for her guests to explore and lavish in. The sundeck has a wonderful Jacuzzi pool to the forward end of the deck and is flanked by plush sunpads and throw cushions. This deck also has a gym for the exercise buffs onboard. All the aft decks onboard can be outfitted with sunpads and cushions for the ultimate relaxation no matter which deck you choose. There are at least two areas on deck to eat al-fresco and if you need formal facade, the main dining room is just forward of the main salon on the main deck.
  3. The main saloon like many of the other rooms onboard is elegant and beautifully appointed thanks to Reymond Langton. Ordinarily, Dark wood with light or white walls and ceilings would offer a simple but stark contrast but Reymond Langton Design used splashes of colour cleverly in the space to add vibrancy but also soften the contrast between the two extremes. The recessed ceiling lighting also lends class from an aesthetic standpoint why juxtaposed to more direct task lighting. It is a true sophisticated relaxing space to enjoy with your fellow guests or alone.
  4. Whether it's daytime or night, the sundeck is a favorite space for guests onboard. The Jacuzzi pool is up there on the forward region of the deck. The deck offers a mix between relaxed and active guests with expansive sunpads around the Jacuzzi and just aft, an indoor gym midships. Besides being comfortable its visually appealing with the neutral color on the sunpads contrasted with lime-green and white throw cushions. Add the sun-awnings above and the indoor-oriented guests are lured from the shade.
  5. We talked about the many areas to eat onboard including the al-fresco areas on the exterior but the main and formal dining venue onboard is the main dining room located on the main deck, sandwiched between the main saloon and the lobby area and runs almost full-width of the yacht. The main table is capable of seating all twelve guests in one go! You can’t help but notice the views outside from both sides thanks to the tall and curved alcove-like windows. The recessed lighting in the ceiling subtly echoes the natural light artificially but creates a soft-toned environment in the dark-wood floor and wall dining room.
  6. The lower deck is where the bulk of guest accommodation is located. In total, Mogambo is capable of sleeping twelve guests normally in seven cabins but there are a couple of convertible cabins if the extra rooms are needed. There are four double cabins and two twin cabins and an upper deck VIP. The master suite is forward on the main deck and is full-beam in nature as you would expect. There is also a fold-down balcony in the master suite but it is located aft of the main bedroom area on the starboard side. The twenty crew members onboard are slept forward on the lower deck towards the bow.
  7. The aft lower deck is is where Mogambo’s tenders are stored. There is a dedicated garage for her main and secondary tender and both are served by shell doors on either side. Jet skis, wind surfers, tow-sports and inflatable waterslide. Watersports is not a stranger to Mogambo and they are directed from the decently sized swim platform aft. Inside the transom door from the swim platform is a beach club area where guests can cool off. Mogambo is a full displacement superyacht with the ability to sail over 4,000 nautical miles and powered by twin MTU 16V 4000 M60 diesel engines. She can run at 17-knots or cruise at around 14-knots and at a slower speed can meet ocean-crossing range easily.

    For more information:

    Nobiskrug GmBh
    Kieler Straße 53
    24768 Rendsburg
    Germany

    www.nobiskrug.com

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