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Mondomarine motor yacht Nameless sold

Mondomarine motor yacht Nameless sold

The 41 metre motor yacht Nameless, listed for sale with Burgess, has been sold in house, marking the fifth sale in four weeks by the brokerage team.

Nameless is a custom aluminium yacht delivered in 2013 on a successful 40m platform developed by the Italian yard Mondomarine. She is the seventh collaboration between Mondomarine and yacht designer Cor D Rover, responsible for the yacht’s naval architecture and exterior styling.

Nameless accommodates up to 12 guests in five staterooms. The full-beam master suite is situated on the main deck, while all the other guest cabins are on the lower deck, including two full-beam VIP suites, plus a double and a twin, both with Pullman berths. All have full en suite bathroom facilities.

An expansive saloon has large windows letting in streams of daylight and is furnished with settees to port and starboard, coffee tables and a bar. Forward is a formal dining area with seating for 10 guests around a rectangular glass-topped table under a modern chandelier,

The sun deck features a large saltwater pool decorated with mosaic tiles, and there are many areas for alfresco dining. These include a large sheltered aft deck with built in upholstered seating, a table and chairs while up on the flybridge is a spa pool, sun loungers and sun pads, sheltered by a hard top.

She is powered by twin 1,630kW MTU engines, giving a top speed of 19 knots, a cruising speed of 17 knots and a range of 3,000 nautical miles at 12 knots.

A finalist in the 2014 World Superyacht Awards, Nameless was asking €12.5 million with VAT paid.

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