The 39-meter Blue Mamba, built in 2009 by Oceanline, is currently on the market asking €3,500,000 through Cro-Yachting. A sophisticated yacht, loaded with timeless styling she's in pristine technical condition and ready for a new owner.
Designed by Frank Mulder, Blue Mamba was always privately used by her owner since her delivery in 2009. Accommodating up to 12 guests in 6 cabins, she carries a crew of 5. Her master suite is located forward of the main deck with a large bathroom located on a split level.
On the lower deck, Blue Mamba boasts two guest cabins, two twins and a full-beam VIP cabin, rivalling the master suite, with an ensuite bathroom.
On Blue Mamba's main deck is located her main salon, with a large dinning area and a lounge well-suited for entertaining, which can also be used as a cinema. Aft of the main deck is an exterior lounging area.
Amongst Blue Mamba key features are large windows with adjustable lighting. Her interior is contemporary. A mixture of fine materials, such as leather, teak, and marble create an overall warm and welcoming atmosphere.
Blue Mamba's sun deck plays host to her tender, a large Jacuzzi, a lounging area as well as an alfresco dining table.
Powered by twin MTU 12V 4000 engines, Blue Mamba can reach a top speed of 28 knots and cruise comfortably at 14 knots for up to 845 nautical miles, burning 380 l/h. Stretching across a beam of 7,5 meters, she has an interior volume of 168GT.
Blue Mamba is currently on the market asking €3,500,000 through Cro Yachting.