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The 74 metre Mogambo Superyacht by Reymond Langton

By Adrian Prisca


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Mogambo is an elegant 74 meter superyacht designed by Reymond Langton and launched by the Nobiskrug shipyard, based in Germany. It’s futile to say luxury and high lifestyle are at home aboard this massive vessel, yet it still proves to be quite capable in handling the waves.

With an impressive, extensive history, the German shipyard Nobiskrug has proudly launched in excess of 700 vessels since its foundation, back in 1905, proof of their high quality craftsmanship, innovation and top notch technology.

The name of the Mogambo comes from a movie in which Ava Gardner, Grace Kelly and Clark Gable used to play, in a 1950s Kenyan background. And the vessel expresses exactly the virility of African men, regardless of color, their swiftness, sleekness and unstoppable lifestyle.

The main aft deck is absolutely staggering, in terms of both amenities and design. Featuring four modern sofas that shape an extraordinary lounging spot, it is adjacently placed near the first of three dining areas onboard, able to accommodate up to 12 guests. Furthermore, the array of sun pads that form a sunbathing spot right near the aft deck can be used for personal enjoyment.

Downstairs, a large stern bathing platform can be reached via two staircases, a perfect spot for guests to have a little bit of fun. There’s also a beach club, which includes a set of fine, curvy furniture, and a central lounge with bar, perfect for those who fancy intimacy and privacy. Not to mention the vessel also comes with a beauty salon, spa and a plethora of water toys.

The main saloon is divided into three sections: a fore dining room, central bar and aft lounge. Featuring an elegant palette that includes shades of silver grey, dark chocolate, golden honey and off white, it is placed symmetrically along the axis of the Mogambo. Huge windows, tall ceilings and an exquisite setting make this place as dramatic as it is beautiful.

Formal dining is a must on superyachts of this class, thus the Mogambo also comes with a main dining room, framed by ceiling-high windows and centered by a large, curved table. Needless to say, it perfectly matches the motif and stylishness of the vessel.

And here come the master quarters, an extremely exquisite area, decked with organic furniture, a huge deal of elegance and superb palettes of crème, honey, taupe and gold. This spot can easily be appointed a sanctuary of luxury. The Mogambo can accommodate a total of 12 guests, in four lower deck VIP staterooms, two of them being convertible into twins, plus a further VIP cabin on the upper deck.

They all feature warm color schemes, welcoming settings and an incredible variety of textures, materials and amenities. The superyacht boasts with an additional cinema, with huge daybeds and a large screen, a large al fresco spot upper aft, found right under a sun deck overhang and an array of sun pads and a Jacuzzi fore.

Hill Robinson is in charge of Mogambo’s charter. If you fancy this piece of exquisiteness, don’t hesitate to call the fellow. He’ll be happy to cooperate.


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