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Kiwi classics: 6 of the best Alloy Yachts

Kiwi classics: 6 of the best Alloy Yachts

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Mondango 3

Another yacht that was built for a repeat client in collaboration with Dubois Naval Architects, 56.4 metre Mondango 3 splashed down in December 2013 and embarked on a circumnavigation shortly afterwards. Ketch rigged, she boasts a lifting keel for cruising in shallow waters.

Guests can relax in the aft deck spa pool or the glass-sided cockpit before retiring to one of the five well-appointed cabins as styled by the Reymond Langton Design studio. A true globetrotter, Mondango 3 can cruise at ten knots for up to 6,500 nautical miles under power thanks to a 1,450hp Caterpillar C32 engine.

She is often incorrectly cited as the final yacht from Alloy, but in fact the yard completed one further project before ceasing trading in 2016 — the highly secretive 44 metre motor yacht Hey Jude, launched in November 2014.

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