The new launch was engineered by Mondo Marine's in-house naval architects, with exterior styling by Cor D. Rover. The owner of Nameless requested large volumes, encapsulated in a dynamic and sporty bodywork as with his cars. Her exterior, featuring a complex combination of convex and concave surfaces, recalls the ‘new-edge design’ widely applied to modern cars.
Nameless boasts a contemporary classic interior by the Florence-based designer Luca Dini, that is characterized by mahogany-wood fitted cabinets, white marble and leather and stainless steel details. “Nameless stems from a very unique design process following a clear aim for: elegance, precious materials, extreme care, harmony, detail and comfort. Working on such inputs has led to a soft contemporary classic atmosphere, cool, smart, eclectic and delightfully vain,” said Dini.
The yacht can accomodate 12 guests in four guest cabins - two VIP, one double, one twin - and one owner's suite. The owner's suite is complemented by a bathroom fitted out in precious marbles. The interior lower deck is dedicated to guests cabins, with the owner's suite forward on the main deck.
Nameless is scheduled to deliver in August, and she will then be presented at the Monaco Yacht Show in September. With Nameless now on the water, the yard is is continuing work on three additional superyacht projects.
Nameless - Basic Specs
Max Speed: 19 knots
Cruising Speed: 17 knots
Range @ 12knots: 3000nm
Main Engines: 2 x MTU 16V2000 M84
Naval Architect: Mondo Marine Engineering
Exterior Design: Cor D. Rover
Interior Design: Luca Dini Design
Luca Dini Design
Cor D. Rover Design
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