Nameless is a great boat with quite an unusual appearance. Built by Italian shipbuilders Mondo Marine following clear instructions of its owner, its black hull, grey superstructure and Cor. D. Rover superstructure (apparently mimicking certain design characteristics of the owner’s cars) certainly gives the ship a striking appearance.
The vessel is just as comfortable and luxurious as it is atypical. The sundeck features a custom made swimming pool, laid with handmade light-blue ceramic tiles, perfect for those long, relaxing days at sea. There’s also a forward facing setee and as well as a large sunpad located on the foredeck, while on the forepeak one can find one of the ship’s two tenders, which is launched by a crane.
In stark opposition to the rather unusual exterior, the interior is much more classic. The main saloon is bright and spacious, with that elegant vibe that the generous use of marble and white leather brings. The dining can accommodate up to ten guests and features bold grey chairs and glass table top, with a sparkling chandelier adding a touch of grandeur to the space.
Nameless can welcome up to eight guests in its four cabins, each decorated in a unique color scheme. And speaking of decorations, the ship boasts quite a few exquisite contemporary art pieces, showing the owner’s great passion for art.
Comfort is of great importance on such an elite ship, and it’s not only about the yacht’s amenities – this means the engineers that built it had to develop ways to keep noise and vibration at a minimum. Powered by twin 1630kW MTU engines, Nameless can reach a top speed of 19 knots and will reach 3000nm at 12 knots.
With its somewhat peculiar name, you’d think this yacht wouldn’t really stand out if it wasn’t for its unusual dark hull. But as it turns out, Nameless is actually a classical beauty in every way.