MIKYMAR was built by the prestigious Canados Shipyard in Fiumicino, Italy, and winner of the 2007 World Yacht Trophies Award-Best Yacht Over 24 Meters in the Interior Design Category with exquisite design by Achille Salvagni Architelli. She is RINA and MCA classed and accommodates 8 guests in a Master, VIP and two twin cabins, with pullmans for 2 additional guests and Crew accommodations for 5. She is powered by MTU 12V4000-M90 Diesel engines rated at 2,750HP each giving her a cruise speed of 25 knots and a top speed of 28. She carries 5177 US gallons fuel giving her a range of about 800 miles. She is equipped with two Kohler 55KW Generators driven by John Deere PowerTech Diesel engines, Bow & Stern Thrusters, MTU Electronic engine controls, Furuno electronics, Joystick steering, Rodriguez Marine Zero Speed fin stabilizers, tender garage with Zodiac Projet 320, and jet ski garage on foredeck with Yamaha GP1300.
MIKYMAR just underwent a full winter service in a heated building and her amazing crew has her back in the water and ready for the season in the Med. Her very knowledgeable owners, who built her new, are currently using her very little and are ready to sell. They are motivated and encourage offers. Call for further details or to arrange a viewing...
PRICE JUST REDUCED $600,000! OWNERS ANXIOUS AND BOAT IS READY FOR THE SEASON!!
CONTACT LISTING BROKER DICK PHILLIPS FOR FURTHER INFORMATION OR TO ARRANGE A SHOWING. (561) 346-1616 or Dick@Dropanchoryachts.com
The external lines of Mikymar are unmistakably Canados. Slender bow and rounded deck structure sloping towards the bow. The shipyard's technical office took great care to make the bulkheads aesthetically pleasing, placing numerous circular portholes horizontally to complement the surfaces of the 116' yacht, and designing them in harmony with the interior to allow natural light to filter through from bulkhead to bulkhead.
But it is the interior of Mikymar that leaves even the most sophisticated connoisseurs of innovative style breathless. Made in collaboration with the Salvagni Architects of Rome, the interior has been designed to be flexible, with transparent walls and sliding electrical doors dividing up the areas without creating closed and completely separate environments. The careful use of light is another feature of the project and it is a significant design choice based on creating no direct light source aboard. The modern furnishing elements are in fact arranged so that they allow light to filter inside from one bulkhead to another, they also allow both to cover and spread the artificial light sources. The combination of natural and artificial light contributes in creating the desired atmosphere onboard in every occasion by using Dometics home automation.
The key-word on the main deck of this Canados 116' is continuity. The dark wenge' flooring runs between the exterior and interior without interruption, while the natural ebony furniture in the salon consists of continuous surface as well as the floor, the ceiling and any other furniture pieces. The dining room and large galley realized by the Italian Boffi are to the fore of the stairway connecting the lower deck with the main deck and the control bridge. The stairway has suspended steps in wenge' illuminated from below.
Because of a back-lit panel and a crystal wall the wenge'-stepped stairway leading to the lower deck seems suspended in air. In the lower deck, with floating bamboo flooring, the owner's suite has been created as a place of refuge, an oasis of rest and wellbeing. The bathroom consists of a separate area for the large jacuzzi shower, sauna and chromotherapy and of another dedicated to the corian basins with liquid laminated top, realized by the Italian Boffi. The light wood of the bathroom furniture compliments the steel of the handles and the design accessories perfectly, a large mirror covering an entire wall and the frosted glass door accentuate the ultra-modern decor of Mikymar.
Amidships the two symmetrical guest cabins with two comfortable twin beds provide large space for guests, while the bow area is reserved for the very spacious VIP cabin. All cabins have back-lit headboards and barisol - an innovative and very light material weighing just 2 grams per sq. meter - panel ceilings enhancing the beauty of the interior yet reducing the overall weight of the yacht.
The flybridge, a very large and comfortable area completely in teak with a transparent rectangular surface looking towards the main deck, is dedicated to life in the open air. The extreme stern is reserved as a dining area with a large table for 10 guests, while the central part has two large C-shaped sofas, positioned facing one another, with dark contrasting bases and Snow White cushions. This elegant combination of colors is further enhanced by square-shaped items of furniture made of teak panels positioned respectively at the beginning of the sofa along the starboard bulwark and at the end of the sofa on the opposite bulwark. Even the rear of the external bridge seat is made of teak panels. Shade on the yacht is provided by an electrical Bimini top which opens in both directions and retro style sun umbrellas.
Mikymar is equipped with a garage in the stern to house a Zodiac jet HBI and a jet ski, while on the bow, the deck structure opens automatically to reveal a space for another jet ski and a davit with telescoping arm.
With regards to the performance of the yacht, the two MTU 12V4000 diesels rated at 2750HP each guarantee a maximum speed over 28 knots and a cruising speed of 25 knots with a range of about 800 miles.