With little details known about her seven-month-long refit, Nobiskrug’s MOGAMBO was seen leaving the Feadship yard at Makkum, Holland, last week. A recognised destination for refit work, Feadship’s Makkum yard boasts exceptional access to deep water, dry docks of 110m and 120m, as well as a highly skilled team of experienced craftsmen. Established in 2005, the yard claims to produce one new yacht and complete three refits annually.
Images reveal workers on MOGAMBO's top deck, which is home to a jacuzzi and lounge area, as well as work appearing to be completed on the floor of both her upper and main decks, which hold ample areas for entertaining and relaxing.
With a slender polished profile that boasts the iconic two-toned paintwork of mid-grey and snow-white, MOGAMBO has been seen leaving the Dutch yard in all her glory.
Delivered in 2012, MOGAMBO still represents an incredible example of Nobiskrug’s meticulous German craftsmanship and Reymond Langton Design’s timeless exterior design. Her name is derived from Africa meaning ‘The Great’, and even a decade later she still lives up to the impressive title.
Having received a number of awards for her powerful, challenger style exterior profile, MOGAMBO also hosts an impressive world of luxury onboard, thanks to a sophisticated interior design also by Reymond Langton Design: kept exquisitely for her owner following her last sale in 2018.
MOGAMBO is currently the fifth largest Nobiskrug build, with the yard’s 2017 delivered, 142.8m SAILING YACHT A in first.
As a yacht built specifically for the world of luxury and exclusive charter, we are looking forward to seeing MOGAMBO across the globe again very soon.