Alloy Yachts, which is renowned as one of the world's most successful ship builders, recently had its commissioning crew test Mondango 3, a 56-meter boat purchased by Burgess Yachts. Testing every possible scenario lets Alloy Yachts offer its clients the highest level of reliability and style.
Alloy Yachts built Mondango 3 by building a team of experts: Dubois Naval Architects created the yacht's design, Reympond Langton Design created her interior, North NZ made her sails, and Southern Spars made her rigs. Godfrey Cray oversaw the project on behalf of the owner.
Mondango 3 has a sailing cruising speed of 12.0 knots. She primarily relies on her sails for power. When there isn't enough wind, the captain can use her 1,450 horsepower Caterpillar engine.
With five guest cabins, Mondango 3 can easily sleep up to 10 guests.
She will spend her first charter season under direction of Burgess Yachts in South East Asia's warm waters. Now that she has undergone a strenuous test by Alloy Yachts, the owner knows that she will take charter clients on amazing adventures without experiencing technical difficulties or inconveniences.