by Mondomarine and Giorgio Vafiadis & Associates

It’s a motor yacht with a dual personality, but a harmonious rather than a contradictory one: the modern, dynamic forms of the exterior are a perfectly consistent match for the classic, calm style of the interior. Once again, the Italian shipyard has fully confirmed its impeccable creative ability as well as its faultless technical capacity.

Mondomarine is also pursuing its operational shipyard business without interruption. This includes intensive refit and repair work, and reaches the height of excellence, especially with new builds. Having delivered its 58th yacht this year – for the record, the 41-metre aluminium semi-displacement yacht Manifiq – Mondomarine has a continuous sequence of new motor yachts in different phases of construction.
Another tree vessels are due for delivery next year, two 50-metre yachts semi-displacement and all in aluminium and one 54-metre yachts displacement hull in steel and aluminium. Meanwhile, the current schedule for the following year includes delivery of another 51-metre vessel – again an aluminium semi-displacement yacht- and two 41-metre aluminium semi-displacement yacht.
However, at the same time, Mondomarine also has a constant succession of new motor yachts in various design phases: these include one 43-metre semi-displacement hull and a 52-metre fast hull, both in aluminium; a 64-metre displacement hull to be produced in steel and aluminium; and a 56-metre semi-displacement hull for construction in composite and light alloy.
To date, Yacht Première has published full portraits of some of the prestigious, exclusive creations by the famous Italian shipyard Mondomarine: in issue 6, we featured Streamline, a 40-metre semi-displacement hull in aluminium, launched in 2007; this was followed in issue 12 by Villa Reis, a 40-metre displacement hull in GRP composite, launched in 2008; and in issue 15, we featured the new Streamline, a 50-metre displacement hull in steel and aluminium, launched in 2009.
However, now is the turn of Toy-A, a 50-metre semi-displacement hull in aluminium that took to the water last year and is now being featured in the current issue. [...]

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