The 49.9-metre motor yacht Moka is newly listed for sale with Gaston Lees-Buckley of Camper & Nicholsons.
Penned by Stefano Righini, Moka was constructed in GRP by Italian yard Overmarine and delivered in 2011 as the sixth hull in the Mangusta 165 series. She benefits from a full repaint in 2020 and continuous upgrades. Accommodation is for up to 13 in five cabins including a full beam master suite amidships, with his-and-hers ensuite bathrooms – one fitted with a large shower with steam/Hammam function and the other with a whirlpool bath. A spacious VIP cabin is located forward and can be considered a second master suite. Equipped with a king-size bed, the suite also boasts a whirlpool bath and steam/Hammam shower.
The remaining guest cabins comprise a double, a twin with an additional Pullman berth, and a children’s cabin with three bunks plus Pullman. Crew quarters are for ten in five cabins located aft.
Moka’s main saloon has a modular layout, making it ideal for entertaining and hosting larger groups. There is a bar counter to port and a formal oval dining table to starboard. She offers two distinct lounge areas, both of which can be configured as relaxed seating with coffee tables or as extra dining areas with the tables raised. The wheelhouse is positioned forward and separated from the saloon by a glass partition which can be made opaque at the touch of a switch.
The broker said, "Moka’s interior tones blend glossy ebony and oak wood panels with oak parquet floors on the main deck and beige carpets in the cabins. A subtle mix of tan, brown and cream leathers give a highly sophisticated feel throughout."
Elsewhere, the spacious aft deck features upholstered seating for guests, tables for outdoor dining and a 52-inch Sharp television screen providing entertainment plus a hydraulic roller canopy. The flybridge sun deck sports an additional al fresco dining space, with a 10-seater oval table, barbecue, fridge and ice maker.
A dumbwaiter transports gourmet meals on command. The foredeck meanwhile has a further sunbathing and dining area, with a retractable awning, overlooking an expanse of sunpads further towards the bow.
Triple 4,613hp MTU engines linked to KaMeWa water jets give the 488GT yacht for sale a top speed of some 38 knots and a cruising speed of 32 knots. She has been maintained to ABS class and is described by the broker as "probably the best Mangusta 165 on the market".
Moka is asking €11,800,000. She is lying in Italy.