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Yacht Gallery sells Mangusta motor yacht Kampai with Northrop & Johnson

Wes Sanford at Northrop & Johnson tells me he's closed on his listing for sale, Mangusta’s 27.9m motor yacht Kampai with Jon Motta at Yacht Gallery representing the buyer.

Built by Italian yard Overmarine to Bureau Veritas class as one of the yard's Mangusta 92 series, she was delivered in 2005 and has been used for only three weeks each year, the other 49 weeks being stored under cover. She is stylish, fast and perfect for entertaining, with two dining areas – a formal indoor dining room and an outdoor deck for alfresco meals.

Kampai is MCA compliant and accommodates nine guests in four staterooms – a master suite, VIP stateroom, and a double and a twin with Pullman berth. All staterooms are en suite. Twin MTU 16V 2000 M91 engines give her a pacy cruising speed of 28 knots and a maximum speed of 35 knots. She also has an Atlas shore power converter for use in Europe and the US.

Kampai was asking $2,500,000, duty paid.

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