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Yachts in issue n° 27

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Mogambo

Mogambo by Nobiskrug with Reymond Langton Design

73.51 m of good taste, technology and engineering, the result of a synergy between high-level players like the German shipyard Nobiskrug, London-based Reymond Langton Design and the Owner’s fantastic team. After its delivery in spring 2012, by September Mogambo was already the star of the Monaco Yacht Show. it follows

Mangusta 165’

by Overmarine Group / Mangusta with Stefano Righini

For his third sports open motor yacht experience from the Overmarine Group, this time the Owner opted for the exclusive flagship of the famous Italian brand: the Mangusta 165’. At the beginning of summer last year, the shipyard delivered the seventh hull of the successful model which is still highly acclaimed on the international market a full five years after it was launched. it follows

Lady Petra

by Heesen Yachts with Omega Architects and Bannenberg & Rowell Design

Lady Petra is the eighth yacht in the 47-metre steel displacement series offered by Heesen Yachts with the option to customise just about everything apart from the basic naval architecture. When it comes to form and function, Lady Petra is unique and quite unlike the previous vessels launched by Heesen in this series. it follows

Cerri 102’ Flyingsport

by Cerri Cantieri Navali with Baglietto S.p.A., owned by the Gavio Group

Founded in 1997 by Carlo Cerri, an Italian entrepreneur with a passion for ships, Cerri Cantieri Navali carved out a history of increasing successes in the under 100 foot market segment, culminating in the Cerri 86’ Flyingsport model in 2002. This was an innovative open motor yacht concept devised to meet the demanding requirements of a prestigious clientele, enchanted by the now-recognisable ‘Cerri style’, who wanted to own a larger vessel. it follows

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