German builder Nobiskrug
has built several yachts
to-date and one of their builds sails around with the name "Mogambo".
is a slight evolution of the "Triple Seven" platform and just looking at her will confirm this but she has stylistic appeal on her own too. Forget the familiar lines, her grey and white paint work is echoed on many other yachts around the world but she has a distinctive grey splash on her superstructure that no other yacht can claim and this makes her very easy to distinguish in her current state. Built in 2012 by Nobiskrug as hull #782, Mogambo has both interior and exterior design by Reymond Langton Design.
The design for this 73.55-meter spreads across four decks for her guests to explore and lavish in. The sundeck has a wonderful Jacuzzi pool to the forward end of the deck and is flanked by plush sunpads and throw cushions. This deck also has a gym for the exercise buffs onboard. All the aft decks onboard can be outfitted with sunpads and cushions for the ultimate relaxation no matter which deck you choose. There are at least two areas on deck to eat al-fresco and if you need formal facade, the main dining room is just forward of the main salon on the main deck.