Mogambo, Nirvana and Lady Moura in Antibes
Three impressive superyachts in one photo, taken at the International Yacht Club d'Antibes. The smallest of the three, is Mogambo, although at 74 metres, she can hardly be called small. She was launched in 2012 by Germany-based shipyard Nobiskrug to a design by Reymond Langton. Next to her, is the 88.5 metre Oceanco Nirvana. Designed by Sam Sorgiovanni, Nirvana combines extraordinarily voluminous interiors with extensively spacious deck spaces. She features a vast aft deck complete with 7.5 metre counterflow pool. Last but not least, is the 105 metre Lady Moura. For a long time, the 1990 Lady Moura held the record for being the beamiest yacht in the world, at 18.5 metres. She is the 29th argest yacht in the world, and she can often be seen in Monaco, where she serves as a private home to her owners.
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