DON PABLO Overmarine Mangusta (Rodriguez Group)

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DON PABLO Overmarine Mangusta (Rodriguez Group)

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A General Description of Motor Yacht DON PABLO

Overmarine Mangusta (Rodriguez Group) finished building motor yacht DON PABLO in 2004. As such, she can be categorised as having been built in Italy. DON PABLO had her yacht design work developed by Studio Bacigalupo and Stefano Righini and Studio Bacigalupo.

New Build & Naval Architecture of Luxury Yacht DON PABLO

Studio Bacigalupo was the naval architecture company involved in the formal nautical plans for DON PABLO. Also the company Studio Bacigalupo and Stefano Righini skillfully collaborated on this undertaking. Italy is the country that Overmarine (Rodriguez Group) completed their new build motor yacht in. After the formal launch in 2004 in Viareggio the boat was then passed over to the yacht owner after final finishing. The hull was built out of composite. The motor yacht main superstructure is fabricated for the most part with composite. With a beam of 7.1 metres or 23.3 feet DON PABLO has moderate size. She has a shallow draught of 1.74m (5.7ft).

Engineering And The Speed/Range That M/Y DON PABLO is Capable Of:

The 12V 4000 M90 engine installed in the motor yacht is built by MTU. Coupled to the DON PABLO engines are twin water jets (kamewa). The main engine of the ship generates 2700 horse power (or 2014 kilowatts). She is equiped with 2 engines. The sum thrust for the boat is 5400 HP / 4028 KW.

On board Superyacht DON PABLO She Caters For Guest Accommodation Layout:

Providing chambers for a limit of 8 yacht guests sleeping aboard, the DON PABLO accommodates everyone in style.

A List of the Specifications of the DON PABLO:

Superyacht Name:Motor Yacht DON PABLO
Ex:Mangusta 108; Samoa Bay
Built By:Overmarine (Rodriguez Group)
Built in:Viareggio, Italian
Launched in:2004
Length Overall:33.38 metres / 109.5 feet.
Naval Architecture:Studio Bacigalupo and Stefano Righini, Studio Bacigalupo
Designers Involved in Yacht Design:Stefano Righini
Displacement:105
Hull / Superstructure Construction Material:composite / composite
Owner of DON PABLO:Unknown
DON PABLO available for luxury yacht charters:-
Is the yacht for sale:-
Helicopter Landing Pad:No
Material Used For Deck:teak
The Country the Yacht is Flagged in:Cayman Islands
Official registry port is:George Town
Max yacht charter guests:8
The main engines are two 2700 Horse Power or 2014 kW MTU. Engine Model: 12V 4000 M90 diesel.
Giving the combined power of 5400 HP /4028 KW.
Cruise Speed: 32 nautical miles per hour.
Her top Speed is around 40 nautical miles per hour.
Fuel tanks: 13000 L.
Fresh water: 2000.00.
Yacht Beam: 7.1m/23.3ft.
Draught at deepest: 1.74m/5.7ft.
Yacht Type: sports style yacht.

Miscellaneous Yacht Details

DON PABLO features a teak deck.

DON PABLO Disclaimer:

The luxury yacht DON PABLO displayed on this page is merely informational and she is not necessarily available for yacht charter or for sale, nor is she represented or marketed in anyway by CharterWorld. This web page and the superyacht information contained herein is not contractual. All yacht specifications and informations are displayed in good faith but CharterWorld does not warrant or assume any legal liability or responsibility for the current accuracy, completeness, validity, or usefulness of any superyacht information and/or images displayed. All boat information is subject to change without prior notice and may not be current.

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"From designing to construction of the mould and relative laminating in composite materials, to cutting of the metal sheets, to the final outfitting, including on-board electronics and on-board plant design, all processes are carried out by the Group. 100% made in Italy and absolute quality. The Group is based in Tuscany, Italy, with various production facilities in the areas of Viareggio, Massa and Pisa.: - Mangusta Yachts from Overmarine

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