Since its founding by two brothers in 1978, Mondo Marine has delivered 61 yachts, most starting at 131 feet. Okko, its latest delivery, is just shy of 134 feet, and she shares the same engineering platform as six other Mondo Marine tridecks in the 41-meter (134’5”) size range. But, to confuse the similar length and technical systems with a rigid, production-like approach to construction would be a mistake. Mondo Marine makes each of its yachts open to customization in terms of exterior styling and interior design. The owner of Okko took full advantage of this, commissioning a richly appointed home on the water. Just as important, Mondo Marine worked with his captain and crew to ensure both personal and professional comfort for them, too.
LOA: 133’8” Beam: 26’6” Draft: 7’4” Displacement: 367 IGT (International Gross Tonnage) Fuel capacity: 12,812 gallons (approx.)
From the cutting of the aluminum plates for Okko’s hull and superstructure to the creation of the furniture, Mondo Marine executed the major aspects of the yacht’s construction entirely in house. It takes the same approach for all of its builds, which can also feature steel. Mondo Marine’s property in Savona, Italy encompasses nearly 382,120 square feet, more than 102,250 square feet of which is under cover. And, with an 820-ton capacity TraveLift, one of the largest in the Med, the builder has additional flexibility in what it can offer.
Mondo Marine has a promising order book, including a 164-footer that just started construction. And it
was recently granted entrance into SYBAss (Superyacht Builders Association). SYBAss members must be in business for at least a decade, and must have built and delivered at least three semi- or fully custom yachts of 131 feet and larger in that same time period.
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