The innovative project of the new MONDO MARINE explorer vessel named MONDO56 is at an advanced stage. The naval architecture and exterior design are by the yard in collaboration with Engineer Sergio Cutolo. The MONDO56 measures 56.00 metres in length and 9.80 metres abeam, stretching over four decks. She is a mix between a working hull, an ocean research vessel, a cruising ship and a superyacht.
AT THE HEART OF THIS NEW PROJECT is an owner’s desire to experience the sea in any condition in full comfort. The project combines the formalism of yacht design and the iconographical elements of the explorer. An excellent quality of build is assured by the Savona yard MONDO MARINE. The yard is noted for building the 50 metre expedition vessel TRIBU’, the first explorer yacht to obtain the Green Star certification from the Registro Italiano Navale (RINA) for yachts that minimise their environmental impact thanks to their latest generation plants and systems.
THE DESIGN PHILOSOPHY is based on research into maximum functionality at sea and the desire to create a yacht that is perfect for living aboard during long voyages. The result is a mix between a working hull, an ocean research vessel, a cruising ship and a superyacht. The hull is in steel and the structure in aluminium.
THE YACHT IS BUILT OVER FOUR DECKS and is capable of navigating in all seas and types of weather. She can reach a maximum speed of 15 knots and carry 100,000 litres of fuel, offering a range of 5,500 miles - a trip around the world with only three stops.
THE ICONOGRAPHIC ELEMENTS OF THE EXPLORER, as stressed by Engineer Cutolo, have been respected and revised in a modern key to support the functional aspects. The first thing that strikes you about the MONDO56 is her exterior profile. The dynamics of the volumes, inspired by work boats, have been smoothed down to an elegant and extremely refined form with a generous use of soft surfaces and continuity with elements in stainless steel that soften the line of the windows.
THE LARGE STERN, ALMOST like a naval ship, evokes the drawbridge of a medieval castle - hostile and impenetrable when closed, made to resist the following waves, but which opens wide to offer hospitality when the boat is at anchor. There is a large stair that leads to the charms of the interior or allows the guests access to the sea.
IN THE SPATIAL RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR there are elements that make the project unique. Aboard there is everything you could possibly need to make an extremely comfortable trip around the world - large socialising areas, attention paid to the distribution of space and clever use of lighting aboard. All these elements define the vocation of the yacht as creating a comfortable and relaxed life aboard. MONDO56, in fact, has a series of large sliding glass doors that give continuity to the spaces, where interior and exterior space
develop in harmony without other solutions to provide continuity.
THE LARGE LOUNGE ON THE MAIN DECK expands in a fascinating way thanks to semicircular sliding doors that, at the stern, create continuity between the interior and the exterior areas on deck and the bathing platform.
LATERALLY, THE SALOON LOOKS OUT towards the sea and infinity, thanks to two large sliding doors and two terraces, one each side, which extend the space available to guests beyond the borders of the ship.
EVEN THE DIFFERENT LEVELS are planned in a perfectly structured way thanks to the large, symmetric external stairs that are transparent, almost aerial, and flank the large semi-circular doors, giving continuity, also visual, to the various levels of the exterior decks.
THE VARIOUS DECKS are characterised in function of their destination. The main deck is the large beach, the enormous ‘beach club’ where the guests can interact, choosing to remain protected from th