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Superyacht Mogambo delivered by Nobiskrug

Launched in October 2011, the superyacht Mogambo (hull 782) was finally delivered yesterday.

Based on the same platform as Siren and Sapphire, Mogambo has a length of 73.55 metres, but her smoother lines were designed by Reymond Langton Design. The London-based office is also responsible for the interior. Her general profile and original paint scheme make Mogambo one of the sleeker yachts launched in 2011. Few specifications are known for the moment, but her layout is believed to accommodate 12 guests in a master and five double cabins. On the technical side, twin MTU engines will give her a cruising speed of at least 14 knots.

Mogambo will shortly arrive in Kristansand, Norway - usually the first refuelling stop for yachts delivered in Northern Europe.

Mogambo's sistership Graffiti (hull 783) will be also delivered very soon.

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