NGONI Royal Huisman

Spectacular 58m Sailing Yacht by Ed Dubois with interiors by Rick Baker Ltd
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NGONI Royal Huisman

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*NGONI IS NOT FOR CHARTER*

The last yacht penned by late naval architect Ed Dubois, 58m/190ft sailing yacht NGONI was built by Royal Huisman and launched in 2017. Her exteriors were also styled by Ed Dubois, while the bespoke interiors were completed by Rick Baker Ltd. Sailing yacht NGONI accommodates up to six guests over three comfortable cabins.

*NGONI IS NOT FOR CHARTER*

NOTABLE FEATURES OF NGONI: ~The final sailing yacht designed by renowned naval architect Ed Dubois ~Captivating silhouette utilising a concave sheer ~Cutting-edge technology and design ~State-of-the-art entertainment systems ~Master suite with private study and gym

Exterior

To create an uncluttered appearance, the teak foredeck cleverly conceals a tender and crane beneath a flush hatch. A spa pool is also hidden below using the same method, which allows the same space to be employed for sunbathing, exercise or observation as desired. 
To the centre, the cockpit extends out from the salon to form a sheltered space for alfresco dining and electrically-powered retractable windbreakers ensure that space can be used both close to land and while out at sea.

Aft of the cockpit, are two helm stations, each with a large sofa for comfort while steering. To the stern, there is an aft-facing double-sized sunpad which enjoys uninterrupted views. An Olympic diving board can be fitted between the helm station and the sunpads for guests to use in deeper water. Broad steps head down the stern to the swim platform, where guests can use the area for lounging or for access to the tender. There is a carbon fibre passerelle with self-levelling steps and platform for guests to step on board from land or by tender, or alternatively, the hydraulic side platform and gangway can be used instead.

Interior

NGONI Specifications

Type/Year:Royal Huisman/2017 
Refit: 
Beam:9.54m (31'3'') 
L.O.A.:58.15m (190'3'') 
Crew:9 
Guests:6 
Max Speed:17 knots 
Cabins:3 
Engines: 
Cruise Speed: 

Sliding doors separate the cockpit from the salon, which is decorated in a masculine style using deep red and charcoal tones in a variety of materials and textures, including resin and wood. On the port side, there is an inviting curved sofa placed in the unusual position to face outwards to take in the views. Armchairs, a coffee table and a concealed television add to this close and inviting space while on the opposite wall the formal dining area and bar offer comfort and elegance for an unforgettable night of entertainment.

On the lower deck, the accommodation consists of a full-beam Master suite with private library/study and gym, plus an en-suite bathroom finished in lavish Italian marble and onyx. The double cabin and twin cabin en-suite bathrooms receive the same treatment, with the former cabin offering its occupants a Japanese bath.

Yacht Accommodation

The accommodation provides for up to 6 guests over 3 cabins: 1 Master suite, 1 double cabin and 1 twin cabin. The crew of 9 are accommodated over 6 cabins.

Amenities and Extras

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The luxury yacht NGONI 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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"I loved the look of boats from age, well, nothing. It was the look of boats was as interesting to me as the hydrodynamics, both were equally compelling. I always wanted to design boats which were pretty, and I used to design model boats to begin with." - “Ultimately, the key to any business is the driving force and the ability of the person who founded it, but you do need a good team behind you,” - Ed Dubois

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