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Launched in 2016 by respected shipbuilder Feadship, Kamino is a fantastic 34-metre motor yacht. Designed by Feadship De Voogt Naval Architects, this compact yacht has a perfect length and draft to cruise in shallow waters. Kamino's exterior profile has a masculine touch and minimalistic design.
Her interior was developed by Bannenberg & Rowell and provides a high degree of comfort for whose on board. High ceilings and a huge amount of glass used in her superstructure ensure lots of natural light.
|Max Speed:||20 knots|
|Engines:||2x MTU 12V2000M93|
|Cruise Speed:||12 knots|
|Builder/Designer:||Bannenberg & Rowell, De Voogt Naval Architects, Devoogt, Feadship, Feadship / De Voogt|
|Locations:||Vava'u, Aegean Islands, The Kimberleys, San Francisco , Greenland, Ireland, Bermuda, Abu Dhabi|
Kamino features 5 lavish cabins for a total of 10 guests. There is also plenty of room for a professional crew of 4.
Powered by 2x MTU 12V2000M93 engines, Kamino can reach the top speed of 20 knots, and cruise at the speed of 12 knots.
Accommodation is provided for 10 guests.
Amenities and Extras
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'...total originality in yacht design has become more difficult to attain following Jon Bannenberg’s masterful levels of creative daring.' - “I don’t want to lead everything back to my dad — but it’s well known and accepted that, whether it’s his big round windows, or certain lines, or a way of treating wings on a superstructure, they all inspired many people and I think that’s fair game. I think all people’s design processes, whether subliminal or not, are recalling something — whether it’s something that’s stirred, or triggered something, or sparked an idea, or an unintentional homage to someone.” - Dickie Bannenberg talks of yacht design and his father Jon Bannenberg's groundbreaking work.