A Closer Look at Mondomarine’s Manifiq

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Ever since Savona, Italy based Mondomarine launched in 1915, the shipyard has produced a fleet of amazingly well crafted and engineered yachts. Mondomarine is especially known for its luxurious superyachts and bespoke vessels that combine world class technology and design with gorgeous style. Many of the shipyard’s creations are made available for charter upon their completion, such as the beautiful Manifiq. Here’s more information about this incredible vessel.

History

Mondomarine built Manifiq in 2010, and since it first set sail the semi displacement yacht has been used to provide guests an unforgettable charter experience. The yacht was designed with catering to guests in mind, and because it’s put to use for commercial activity it was built to surpass industry standards for motor yachts.

The profile of the yacht is stately and grand, with beautiful lines and a contemporary look. Cor D. Rover Design was responsible for coming up with the exterior plan for the yacht and the designer behind Manifiq’s interior is Luca Dini, who sought inspiration for all of the fine details inside from some of Italy’s finest luxury vessels. The aim was to have the inside of the yacht match the exterior’s superb appearance and craftsmanship. Dini worked to ensure that no aspect of the interior design of each deck was overlooked, and the result is nothing short of stunning.

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Power and Speed

For a 40.5 meter yacht, Manifiq packs a significant amount of power, precision, and speed. Its hull and superstructure are constructed of aluminum, and the yacht has a 8.5 meter beam. This vessel represents Mondomarine’s naval engineering ability at its height, and Manifiq is an incredible performer on the water.

Inside Manifiq are two MTU 12V diesel engines with twin screw propulsion. In all both engines produce 9,020 hp, which allows the yacht to hit a maximum speed of 17 knots and a cruising speed of 15 knots. When gliding at 12 knots, Manifiq has a range of 3,000 nautical miles.

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Luxurious Amenities

Most yachts can be called luxurious in appearance, but Manifiq was designed to truly epitomize the word and provide guests with an amazingly comfortable, enjoyable, and upscale yachting experience. To accomplish this a number of key amenities were integrated into each of the yacht’s decks, such as the gorgeous bar. It’s not just a place to get a cool drink or sit down with a snack, it’s a conversation piece in itself and is an excellent addition to the yacht’s dining facilities.

There’s also a beautiful formal dining area onboard that allows guests to eat while getting a prime view of the sea. Those who want to have an al fresco meal or simply love to grill can do so in the barbecue area that’s on the sun deck.

The solarium onboard provides the best of both worlds and lets in abundant sunlight while also providing a temperature controlled setting and plush comfort. While relaxing in the solarium guests can either lounge back on a chair or hop into the bubbling Jacuzzi that’s right inside the area.

On the upper deck is a salon with an array of beautiful furnishings that can host gatherings or provide the ideal place to relax and enjoy cruising. This same salon can be transformed into a cinema for movie times or viewing favorite programs on the big screen. Just about anything that guests can think of to do while yachting, it truly is possible on Manifiq.

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Onboard Entertainment

There are premium quality audio systems throughout each deck, including Lantic music and video on demand systems. Guests who want to kick back, relax, and watch TV can choose from a wide range of programs and entertainment via Sky and Russian satellite channels.

Viewing entertainment is no problem onboard this yacht, thanks to its assortment of high end flat screen televisions. To keep guests connected, Manifiq has a VSAT system that provides internet access 24 hours a day. There’s also a fax machine and Fleet broadband satellite phone available so guests can conduct business while on the yacht if the need arises.

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Tenders and Sports Gear

Manifiq is configured to take full advantage of all of its space and provide both outdoor and indoor entertainment areas. To make guests’ outdoor experience even richer, Manifiq holds an excellent selection of water toys and sporting equipment.

The yacht’s sun deck offers plenty of room for hanging out and having an outdoor party day or night. The spacious upper salon is a flexible space that can take a number of different forms, and the Meyer tender onboard is six meters and has a diesel engine that produces 164 hp.

This vessel truly does have enough gear to meet the tastes of all guests and ensure that everyone will have fun while at sea. Tows, water skis, snorkeling and diving equipment, sea kayaks, and seabobs are all onboard. In addition to its cache of water toys, Manifiq holds mountain bikes and fishing gear.

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Splendid Accommodation

Manifiq was created to be a grand charter yacht, and it hosts a maximum of ten guests. There are five cabins onboard including a stunning VIP suite. Inside of it are custom made furnishings, fine linens, and a fabulous view. There’s also a host of entertainment options including television and audio systems. All guest cabins on the yacht have spacious en suite bathrooms with gorgeous tile, private entertainment systems, and furnishings designed for comfort and to maximize space.

Each cabin is akin to a retreat on the water where passengers can find rejuvenation and thoroughly enjoy their time aboard. The yacht also accommodates a crew of seven members, and each has vast yachting experience and training to ensure that guests aboard Manifiq have an incomparable and exclusive stay.

Chartering Manifiq

During the summer season Manifiq is available for charter in the Mediterranean for $158,273.30 per week. Chartering the gorgeous yacht includes use of its crew and all amenities. It’s an excellent vessel for entertaining, taking private family vacations, or surprising a loved one with an exquisitely lavish treat.


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