Mondo Marine has just launched the 134-foot Nameless from its shipyard in Savona, Italy. She is a fully custom, aluminum, semi-displacement design that comes in under 500 gross tons.
Mondo Marine’s in-house team handled naval architecture, while Cor D. Rover did exterior styling. The owner is a fan of modern cars and requested a dynamic, sporty look like the ones he favors on the road. The superyacht team achieved this with a complex combination of convex and concave surfaces on the exterior of Nameless.
Florence-based designer Luca Dini was commissioned for the interior décor, which includes mahogany woodwork, white marble and details of leather and stainless steel. Dini describes the décor as “soft contemporary classic … cool, smart, eclectic and delightfully vain.”
Nameless accommodates 12 guests in five staterooms. The owner’s suite is on the main deck. Two full-beam VIP cabins, a double-bed cabin and a twin-bed cabin are on the bottom deck. Pullman berths complete the 12-guest sleeping arrangements.
Nameless is scheduled to be delivered by the end of August and displayed at the Monaco Yacht Show in September. When she leaves the Mondo Marine shipyard, there will be three additional projects still in the works ranging from 164 to 180 feet LOA.
Learn more at www.mondomarine.it.