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Mangusta 165 motor yacht Al Asmakh for sale

Marc Borderon at Peter Insull’s Yacht Marketing reports that they have been appointed central agents for the sale of the 50 metre motor yacht Al Asmakh.

Designed by Stefano Righini, she was built in GRP by Italian yard Overmarine to ABS class and delivered in 2011 as Hull No 6 of the yard’s Mangusta 165 series. Up to 13 guests can be accommodated in five cabins consisting of a full beam master suite, two doubles, a twin with a Pullman berth and a triple cabin with a Pullman berth, and all cabins have television screens and en suite bathroom facilities. There are also quarters for nine crew in five cabins on this yacht for sale.

The saloon is spacious and filled with light, fitted with comfortable seating, a drinks fridge, ice maker and a state of the art entertainment centre featuring a 52 inch Sharp television and a Kaleidescape server delivering on demand video and audio.

The aft deck is vast with upholstered seating for guests, tables for outdoor dining and a 52 inch Sharp television screen providing entertainment plus a hydraulic roller canopy. More al fresco enjoyment is available on the sun deck with a fridge, ice maker and a dumb waiter to the galley delivering gourmet meals on command.

There is a further sunbathing and dining area on the foredeck, well away from curious eyes. Triple 4,613hp MTU engines linked to KaMeWa water jets give her a top speed of 40 knots.

Lying in Doha, Qatar, Al Asmakh is asking $22 million.

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