ZALMON Alloy | From EUR€ 210,000/wk

Award winning 40m sailing yacht with excellent seakeeping capabilities
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ZALMON Alloy | From EUR€ 210,000 /wk

Luxury sailing yacht ZALMON (ex.NUBERU BLAU, KOKOMO OF LONDON, KOKOMO) from Alloy Yachts was built in 2000 and last refitted in 2016. She measures 40.3m/132ft and her naval architecture and exterior styling come from the shipyard in collaboration with Dubois Naval Architects, while her interiors are from RWD. The accommodation sleeps up to eight guests in four en-suite cabins, all serviced by a crew of six.

NOTABLE FEATURES OF ZALMON: ~Winner of Best Sailing Yacht 36m+ at International Superyacht Society Awards 2001 ~Two interior salons ~Large cockpit ~Spacious guest cabins ~Range of 2,800 nautical miles ~Air conditioning

EXTERIOR

The cockpit provides two inward-facing C-shaped sofas with the addition of a raised table to starboard for alfresco dining. More sofas are placed behind, followed by the helm controls, with space left clear along the stern. The foredeck has been left clear for crew operations and can be used for sunbathing, observation and exercise.

INTERIOR

The below deck layout places the crew accommodation and galley forward with the lower salon and dining area amidships and the guest accommodation aft.

Above deck, the helm controls are placed to starboard with a curving sofa, chairs and a raised table immediately behind for casual dining or spending time together on hobbies. Opposite, a sofa and two armchairs surround a coffee table, and the corner stairway leads down to the guest accommodation.
An MTU 12V 183TE92 engine of 1,000 HP gives S/Y ZALMON a range of 2,800 nautical miles under power. Her top speed is 12.5 knots and she cruises at 10 knots.

Yacht Charter Accommodation

The accommodation sleeps a maximum of 8 guests in 4 en-suite cabins: 1 Master suite, 2 VIP staterooms and 1 twin cabin. ~The Master suite is placed in the stern and comes with a queen-sized bed, a desk/vanity, sofa, plenty of wardrobe space and a private lounge/office forward to port with a desk and sofa. The en-suite cabin aft has two sinks, a toilet and a bathtub/shower. ~The twin cabin is opposite the Master lounge/office and comes with two single beds, storage and an en-suite bathroom with a toilet, sink and shower. ~Forward of the twin cabin are the VIP staterooms to port and starboard respectively., and both have a double bed, sofa, storage space and an en-suite bathroom with a sink, toilet and shower. ~The professional crew of six will ensure that all guests receive first-class service throughout their time on board.

Charter Amenities and Extras

Sailing Yacht KOKOMO is equipped with two custom 6.1m Hamilton Jet tenders, a wakeboard, water skis, biscuits, donuts, sea kayaks(single person), standup paddle boards( fitted with wind surfing sails) suitable for beginner wind surfers, laser vago sailing dinghies, 2 man lasers with Main sail, jib and asymmetrical kite with retracting bow spri, and trapeze gear, 8 sets of dive gear, snorkling gear for 10 guests and fishing gear.

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EUR€ 210,000 - 231,000/wk

"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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