A $7,000,000 price reduction has been announced on the 71.7-metre motor yacht Kogo ahead of her appearance at the Palm Beach International Boat Show. She is currently listed for sale with Burgess.
Designed by Tim Heywood, Kogo was built with an ice-classed steel hull by French yard Alstom Marine to Lloyd's class and delivered in 2006. A Terence Disdale interior accommodates 14 guests in seven cabins comprising a master suite, two VIP suites, two doubles and two twins. All cabins have entertainment centres, flatscreen television sets and en suite bathroom facilities while crew quarters are in 12 cabins for a team of 22.
A spacious main saloon with inviting U-shaped sofas is perfect for enjoying the yacht’s state-of-the-art entertainment systems, or for more formal gatherings. Guests may use the space to gather for pre-dinner drinks before proceeding to the dining room which can comfortably accommodate a party of up to 18.
The upper deck sky lounge provides guests with a touch of the exotic, where dark woods contrast with crackled lacquers and shagreen furniture.
On-deck amenities are found in abundance aboard Kogo, with several opportunities for al fresco dining and entertaining, while the sundeck hosts a Jacuzzi pool flanked by built-in sun beds. On the other side of the mast is a helicopter landing pad.
Kogo is powered by two 2,145hp diesel-electric engines driving two ABB Azipods for a top speed of 17 knots and a range of 5,000 nautical miles at 12 knots. Four Quantum zero speed stabilisers keep her steady at anchor and she is also MCA compliant.
Kogo is now asking $62,500,000. She is lying in Safe Harbor Rybovich marina and will be available for select viewings during the Palm Beach International Boat Show.