The 161 feet long, polished silver look of Mondo Marine’s Streamline yacht with steel hull and aluminum finished will leave you breathless both on the open sea and moored in the harbor.
Built in 2009, the Streamline is a custom constructed yacht conceptualized by Cor D. Rover, and features an abundance of room for up to 10 guests. With a wood paneled floor and white accents on airy main saloon and modern restaurant, there are no limits for relaxation on the sundeck.
The guests have access to a lap pool and sunbathing areas, and aft exterior deck offer plentiful seating for those on board. With pristine white sofas, coffee table, and wood and mirrored trim and naturally lit sky lounge looks like a sleek hotel lobby. Both areas have a curved glass sliding wall and the recessed lighting in the aluminum clad ceiling outside gives the deck a shimmer at night.
French architect Frédéric Méchiche designed the interior combining white walls, dark wood, and natural light. The Streamline’s theme is evoked by striped area rugs and mirrored trim on the walls. The master statesroom is spacious with a seating area outfitted with a modern rug, sofas, flat screen TV, and recessed wall lighting. The inside of the ship can be converted for up to five staterooms. If you are tired from swimming, there is an elevator to assist you to the various floors.
Powered by two MTU 12v4000M71 engines, this 470 ton yacht can cruise at a top speed of 16.1 mph, and with 85,000 liter fuel tank you can cross the Atlantic ocean with one filling.
Currently, Streamline yacht is docked in Monaco, and is listed for $21 million by International Yacht Collection.