Alloy Yachts’ 51.7m sailing yacht Mondango 2 has undergone a €1.6 million price reduction. She is jointly listed for sale with Stockbridge Yacht Brokers and Burgess, with a new asking price of €17.9 million.
Mondango 2 is a ketch-rigged sailing yacht built to a design by Dubois Naval Architects and launched in 2008. She has a contemporary design with a subtle sheer and a low-profile coachroof, spectacularly wrapped in curved glass, of which the rear glass window and side windows can be opened and closed for climate-control. The extended coachroof encompasses the mizzen mast and provides a large flybridge area with panoramic views.
S/Y Mondango 2
She underwent refit work in 2014, which included a five-year survey, a rig overhaul and a full paint job, putting her in superb condition for the next owner. Much like the exterior, the interior work is contemporary and was carried out by UK-based Reymond Langton Design. The crew quarters are situated in the forward section of the yacht, whilst the 12-person guest accommodation comprises a full-beam owner’s stateroom, two VIP staterooms and two twin-berth guest staterooms (with Pullman berths), all of which have en suite facilities.
One of the largest sailing yachts sold in 2015 so far is Edmiston’s sale of 51.7m Red Dragon, which was also built by Alloy Yachts one year prior to the launch of Mondango 2. Red Dragon was listed in January this year and sold in October for a final asking price believed to be higher than Mondango 2’s newly reduced listing price. As you can see from the table below, the price per gross ton makes Mondango 2 (listed in bold) a valuable proposition on the market in comparison to other second-hand sailing yacht listings with a similar specification.
Second-hand sailing yacht listings, compiled by The Superyacht Intelligence Agency
Year of build: 2008
CA: Stockbridge Yacht Brokers & Burgess
Asking price: €17,900,000
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