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Alloy Yachts International announces the construction of Mondango

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The 170 ft. ketch Mondango is currently under construction. This is the fifth yacht over 170 ft. built by Alloy Yachts.

She has a beam of 33.5 ft., draws 16.1 ft. and a displacement of 771,617 lbs.

The yacht is being built to Lloyds Classification and will comply with the Large Commercial Yacht Code LY2.

The design from Dubois Naval Architects details a high performance aluminium ketch which represents a world luxury cruising yacht with the ability to stay operational for extended voyages without shore based support. The topsides will be majestic blue with a Matterhorn white superstructure.

The Reymond Langton designed interior includes a large saloon with formal dining area for up to 10 guests. The modern style presents a light clean timber interior in Oak and Macassar ebony.

Guest accommodation provides for an owner’s suite and four guest suites, two including a Pullman berth. The crew layout has 5 cabins all with en-suites for up to ten crew.

The comprehensive flybridge is accessed from the cockpit.

Alloy Yachts International announces the construction of Mondango

Mondango will be fitted with carbon fibre masts by Marten Spars with fully battened in-boom furling. Sails by North sails will be handled by 18 captive and 8 vertical winches. The entire winch package will be designed and built by Alloy Yachts.

The main engine is a 3412D 1200 hp caterpillar and she will be fitted with two 90Kw Northern Lights generators. Two water makers will each supply up to 4,226 gal per day.

Bow and stern thrusters will assist maneuvering in confined space. Her range is 7,200 nm at 10 knots.

The Alloy Yachts custom SeaTouch system will be installed with six touch screen monitors to indicate systems and alarm status. The CCTV operates with four cameras located throughout the yacht.

Mondango will be flagged in the Cayman Islands and is scheduled for delivery towards the end of 2008.




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