A Closer Look at Nobiskrug Mogambo
Nobiskrug’s super yacht Mogambo is a unique ship with a unique name and heritage. It is named after a classic adventure movie set in Kenya titled Mogambo, which is a native word for ‘Voice’. The super yacht indeed makes a statement with its classic look and outstanding amenities for serene opulence. It is considered one of the best creations of Nobiskrug, and it embodies over 100 years of yacht making experience. Mogambo is a thing of beauty, and it receives great admiration from super yacht enthusiasts all over. Here is a look at what makes this super yacht exceptional.
Mogambo has a compact and sleek look to it. Measuring 74 meters long, this super yacht is neither too big nor too small. And, unlike large super yachts that seem bulky, Mogambo has a sportive appearance that not only reveals the power and speed under the hood but also gives it a homely aura. She features a grey hull that blends in seamlessly with the white superstructure. The yacht gets her sportive and stylish look from the grey stripe that runs diagonally from the sun deck to the mid hull.
Coupled with a new modern silhouette, the yacht possesses every aspect of luxury in her appearance. She is also unique in that the exterior is not clattered with unnecessary structures or décor, and it is this simplicity that gives her the beautiful aura and appearance.
The sundeck has it all. It is large and equipped with a host of comfortable furniture and amenities that include a Jacuzzi and sun pads. There is also a set of two L-shaped sofas where guests can relax.
Mogambo’s interior design is all about beauty and luxury. The main theme behind the décor is ‘back to nature,’ which is in the spirit of the film that the yacht is named after. The lighting is especially serene as it consists of frames and beams of light modified into art and hidden in the ceilings. The color and texture also responds beautifully to the light and blends well with the natural theme and overall setting.
Much of the entertainment and fun can be found on the beach club. It is adjacent to the bathing area, and it features a lovely lounge with a fully-equipped bar. For rest and comfort, the organic furniture is plush, attractive, and just as luxurious as everything else on the yacht. The two amenities are located next to the salon and beauty spa areas where guests can beautify and refresh their bodies with different sorts of spa treatments and massages from the staff members.
Inside, the three-section main saloon guarantees utmost comfort and entertainment as it packs all the right features and amenities. It features a large lounge capable of hosting 12 people, a central bar, and a large fore dining room. The décor and furniture portrays a natural and classic theme, and the elegant furniture includes curvy armchairs and plush sofas. The background features warm hues of white, gold, silver grey, and chocolate colors, and they blend in perfectly with the serene lighting.
Amazing Decor and Design
Dining is also made luxurious not only by the professional chefs on board but also by the elegant décor and design of the main dining room. It is large and warm, and the elegant organic furniture goes a long way in giving it a homely look and feel. The dining experience is also unlike any others as there is an unhindered view of the vast sea thanks to the floor-to-ceiling glass windows.
There is also a sizeable room that comes fully equipped with all the necessary equipment for an all-round workout. However, of all the rooms on Mogambo, it is the cinema room that offers the most fun and thrill. It comes equipped with an incredibly large HDTV for crisp and clear life-sized images. It is also equipped with daybeds where guests can relax as they watch, and it feels completely isolated from the sea for a real cinema-like feel thanks to the enclosed design. And, to keep you connected to the internet and the world at all times, the yacht comes equipped with flawless Wi-Fi and a wide range TV channels to choose from.
Mogambo is capable of accommodating a maximum of 12 guests, including the owner. The accommodation area consists of the master suite, four VIP staterooms located in the lower deck (two of which are convertible to twin rooms), and a VIP cabin located in the upper deck. Ideally, the master lounge is the largest and most luxurious, but the other rooms are incredibly appealing too. The main lounge is equipped with organic furniture and soft hues of blue and pink.
The guest rooms are also equipped with organic furniture and elegant décor, and the painting and décor are designed to be vibrant for a warm and homely feeling.
Mogambo is just as fast and powerful as its sportive appearance makes it look. It packs a powerful engine which propels it to an average cruising speed of 14 knots and a maximum speed of 17 knots. Its average range stands at 5000 nautical miles, and its 182000 liter fuel tank is every bit reliable. For comfort and stability, this super yacht comes with an ultra-modern stabilization system that reduces roll motion effect when anchored and when moving at the average cruising speed.
The yacht’s medium-sized body makes it easier to maintain as it does not guzzle as much fuel as its humongous counterparts. It also makes it easier to navigate even in rough storms; besides, there is ample space inside for all amenities common to super yachts, so it is a win-win situation for Mogambo.
Mogambo is Available for Charter
In spite of the great admiration that it receives from super yacht enthusiasts around the world, Mogambo is already taken and the owners seems to have no intention of selling it. However, it is available for charter forsummer and winter.
You can enjoy a week onboard Mogambo for about $658,000, and this cost covers for all expenses including entertainment, foods, beverages, and staff services. People can access the super yacht through a number of different means including through a certified charter broker.
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