Streamline

by Mondomarine, Cor D. Rover, Frederic Mechiche and Luca Dini

Odern, sleek styling for a dynamic, sporty look that is unusual for a displacement motor yacht. A strong, contemporary image that manages to be both sharp and soft at the same time, with an impressive overall presence and remarkably details in the paintwork.
Last autumn, as usual, the Italian Mondomarine shipyard took part in the most exclusive European boat shows: first the 32nd Festival International de la Plaisance in Cannes and then the 19th Monaco Yacht Show. After attending these shows, Mondomarine crossed the Atlantic to take part in American’s number one boat show for the first time – namely, the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show. At the 50th FLBS Mondomarine confirmed its prestigious image at international level, and demonstrated its strategic decision to offer luxury yachts directly to the US market. The US clientele has vast potential, and has always appreciated the top quality of Italian shipbuilding. In order to keep up with the expected increase in demand, Mondomarine is preparing to open a new covered shed of around 2500 square metres, in addition to its existing sheds of more than 9500 square metres.
Streamline
Covering an overall surface area of 35,500 square metres, the yard’s modern facilities boast an 820-ton travel-lift and a 300-ton bridge crane, as well as a 100¥metre-long wharf for mooring superyachts. Mondomarine combines outfitting and refitting with its core business, that of new builds: these currently include three yachts in the design stages, and six yachts under construction. The former are: a 43-metre semi-displacement and a 52-metre fast hull, both in aluminium and both with exterior and interior design by Luca Dini; a 64-metre displacement hull in steel and aluminium, with exterior and interior design by Giorgio Vafiadis; and a 56-metre semi-displacement hull in composite and aluminium, with exterior design by Simone Dapino and interior design by Mondomarine.
The yachts already under construction are: two 41-metre semi-displacement craft in aluminium with exterior design by Cor D. Rover and interior design by Luca Dini; another 41-metre semi-displacement vessel in aluminium, with exterior and interior design by Giorgio Vafiadis; two 50-metre semi-displacement yacht in aluminium, with exterior design by Giorgio Vafiadis and interiors by Luca Dini;
and lastly, another 50-metre aluminium semi-displacement craft with exterior and interior design by Giorgio Vafiadis. All of these are expected to be delivered between next year and 2012. Meanwhile, last year Mondomarine launched and delivered three stunning luxury yachts: the first was the 50-metre Toy-A, a semi¥displacement aluminium hull with concept design, exterior and interior design by Giorgio Vafiadis & Associates; the second was Alexander Two, a 41-metre semi¥displacement aluminium hull with concept design and exterior design by Cor D. Rover and interior design by Luca Dini; and the third was the 50-metre Streamline, a steel and aluminium displacement hull with concept and exterior design by Cor D. Rover and interior design by Frederic Mechiche and Luca Dini.
In this issue of Yacht Premire Mondomarine’s latest masterpiece reveals her aesthetic beauty and advanced technology. [...]

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