NAMELESS a Mondo Marine Superyacht
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Built by the prestigious Italian shipyard Mondo Marine, the 41-metre superyacht Nameless (hull 18/8) is a beautiful, elegant and highly innovative vessel, launched in 2013. Designed by Cor D Rover, luxury motor yacht Nameless boasts interior design by Luca Dini. Her naval architecture is by Mondo Marine Engineering.
|Type/Year:||a Mondo Marine Superyacht/2013|
|Max Speed:||19 knots|
|Engines:||2xMTU 16V2000 M84 diesels|
|Cruise Speed:||17 knots|
|Builder/Designer:||Mondomarine, Mondo Marine, Luca Dini Design, Luca Dini, Cor De Rover, Cor D. Rover|
A total number of 12 guests can be comfortably accommodated aboard Nameless yacht, offering a full-beam master cabin on the main deck, as well as four guest cabins on the lower deck. These include two full-beam VIP cabins, one double cabin, as well as one twin cabin, plus pullman.
All-aluminium luxury yacht Nameless (hull 18/8) is powered by twin MTU 16V2000 M84 diesels, reaching a top speed of 19 knots and a cruising speed of 17 knots. Her beam is of 8,48m and her draft is of 2,3m.
Mondo Marine superyacht Nameless features luxurious accommodation for 12 guests in total. There is a full-beam master cabin on the main deck, as well as four guest cabins, all situated on the lower deck. These include two full-beam VIP cabins, a double cabin and a twin cabin, plus pullman.
Amenities and Extras
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"My passion for boats moved me away from architecture. from the beginning I always thought yacht design as a part of architecture, but after seeing in 1982 the m.y. nabila anchored in the port city livorno italy, it instantly sparked that passion. From that day forth, it became my mission to become a yacht designer." - Luca Dini