The 73.5m superyacht, Mogambo docked in Bristol’s Floating Harbour on Monday 12th March to the surprise of local residents and passers-by.
Hordes of people stopped to admire the design and grandeur of the yacht which accommodates up to 12 guests, includes five decks and is served by an 18-member crew.
Mogambo left the Nobiskrug shipyard in Rendsburg, Germany last week where it was having some final work completed and will remain in Bristol for up to a week before setting off on a four-day journey to the Mediterranean.
The yacht comes complete with a Jacuzzi and air-conditioned gym on the top deck and master suite, entertainment area and private terrace on the third deck. The lower deck houses a steam room, sauna and massage room, which open onto a swim platform.
Designed by the London-based office, Reymond Langton Design it has a contemporary, simple and yet luxurious feel.
Steve Crowe, founder and managing director of Yachting Pages, a printed and online directory for the superyacht industry commented: “We are excited to have such a magnificent superyacht docked at Bristol harbour. Hopefully this will be a sign of things to come.”
Tim Revill, distribution executive at Yachting Pages met the second officer, Chris Speed on Mogambo and commented: “We couldn’t miss the opportunity to see the superyacht in our home town. There were lots of people taking pictures and asking questions. Chris was very polite; he said he often uses Yachting Pages to find services and suppliers and happily took copies of the book on board.”
Bristol is the home of Yachting Pages where you can search for services and suppliers within the superyacht industry, including 100’s of yacht charter companies.
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Image courtesy of Nic Pegg.