One of the most innovative shipyards in the world is Mondomarine, which is located in Savona, Italy. Their custom designed, immaculately engineered yachts are impressive inside and out and feature a host of lavish details. The cabins within Mondomarine yachts alone rival that of the finest upscale hotels, and cruising on these vessels is like floating in a capsule of exquisite luxury. With that said it was difficult to pick five of their yachts that spoke to us most, but we did our best.
Here are five of the finest Mondomarine yachts ever created.
1. Tribu – $11.2 million
The Tribu is a grand expedition yacht that combines comfort, beautiful styling, and world class safety. The large 50.7 meter vessel has an aluminum superstructure, steel hull, and is powered by two Deutz AG 1,234 hp engines. At its top speed Tribu can go 15 knots, and it cruises the sea at 13 knots. This vessel has tons of space to store just about every type of water toy and gear imaginable, and elsewhere onboard are spaces to lounge and have an amazing cruising experience.
There are enough cabins to host up to 10 guests and a crew of 12 members. Aboard Tribu, passengers will find areas ideal for a host of activities. Dining spaces, spa pools, state of the art entertainment systems, and a fully equipped galley ensure that anyone on this yacht will cruise in ultimate style and comfort. In addition, Tribu’s suites are decorated with color palettes, fabrics, and furnishings that are soothing, and the en-suite bathrooms combine sophisticated style with excellent function.
Aside from having an impressive array of amenities and an attractive interior and exterior, Tribu holds the distinction of being the world’s first yacht to obtain a Green Star certificate from RINA. This is a testament to Mondomarine’s commitment to improving naval engineering, using innovative materials and systems, and designing yachts that minimize environmental impact.
2. Okko – $16.5 million
Mondomarine’s Okko takes luxury cruising to another level. It’s a gorgeous yacht externally, and it has a performance befitting of its style. The award winning Okko has a number of features that are meant to make it more pleasurable, including exotic wood finishes, an upper deck that can be transformed into a theater, Galuchat stone, premium leather, and custom furniture, and a system that ensures low vibration and noise. The two engines in the vessel allow it to reach a maximum speed of 16 knots and a cruise speed of 14 knots.
The 40.8 meter Okko has a total of five cabins that can accommodate 10 guests. Each deck and the interior spaces were thoughtfully designed with the goal of maximizing space. On the sundeck is a windscreen that protects a 12 person dining table for enjoyable al fresco dining. When it’s opened, the sundeck turns into a luxe sunbed area with a spa pool, bar, and barbecue station. Large flat screen televisions, high tech sound systems, and plenty of media storage space enable guests to enjoy a wide range of entertainment.
3. Auspicious – $18.9 million
The word “auspicious” is synonymous with prosperity and success, and that’s exactly the impression that this Mondomarine yacht gives. Few yachts make the statement that this one does on first sight, and its exterior is just the beginning of what makes Auspicious so notable. It has muscular, powerful lines, a refined look, and a lavish, high end interior. The yacht is powered by two 2,480 hp engines and it reaches a maximum speed of 18 knots.
Auspicious contains ample space for toys and can be equipped with water skis, wake boards, inflatables, Seabobs, two kayaks, two Jet Skis, and snorkeling gear. The interior spaces feature a clean design that’s modern and perfect for encouraging relaxation. Auspicious can accommodate a crew of 10 and up to 12 passengers and has five cabins: one master cabin, two double cabins, one twin cabin, and one convertible room. Outside of the vessel’s suites are spacious lounges, decks, and an elegant dining area.
4. Alexander Again – $10.8 million
Alexander Again is a Mondomarine yacht that’s sleek on the inside and very modern within. The 49.5 meter motor yacht has two powerful diesel engines that give it a top speed of 20 knots and a cruising speed of 18 knots.
It has three decks with amenities ranging from entertainment and media areas to spa pools. Guests can easily catch a movie, listen to music, relish the sun, take a dip in the Jacuzzi, or grab a drink from the bar area. The amenities onboard Alexander Again give it the look and feel of a deluxe cruise ship.
The vessel can host up to 12 guests and has beautiful cabins with in-suite bathrooms. On the top deck is a pool with a plush seating area surrounding it, and on the lower decks are more places to kick back and hang out. Alexander Again also has plenty of storage for water toys.
5. Nameless – $13.96 million
Mondomarine’s Nameless yacht has a name that truly doesn’t match its presence. Nonetheless, this is one powerful, muscular vessel that definitely makes a statement. The exterior is a modern combination of dark and light, and its many decks reveal ample space for entertaining and lounging. Another impressive aspect of Nameless is how smartly designed its layout is. In addition to being configured to make efficient use of space, the yacht’s decks and interior areas don’t skimp on detail.
Inside Nameless is an advanced system that make it a pleasure to steer along with an aluminum superstructure and stabilizers for a smooth ride. The 41 meter yacht has two 2,184 hp engines that allow it to reach a cruising speed of 17 knots. Onboard is a wealth of luxurious amenities including a formal dining space, gourmet galley, Carrara marble and quality wood finishes, and a sky lounge in the upper deck. There is a total of six cabins inside Nameless: one owner’s suite, two VIP suites, one double cabin, one twin cabin, and one pullman cabin.