MIMTEE yacht is a 78.85-meter superyacht that can host up to 12 guests using her 11 cabins and can be accommodated by 24 crew members.
She is a charter yacht capable of going to speeds of 14 knots.
|Designer:||Zuccon International Project|
|Interior Designer:||Laura Sessa|
|Price:||US $100 million|
|Annual Running:||US $10 million|
MIMTEE yacht interior
Designing the MIMTEE yacht was Laura Sessa, an internationally known and famous designer.
She began her design career in residential interior design and designed superyachts for super-wealthy clients.
She has won multiple awards in many different categories for working with renowned shipyards and designing some of the world’s most luxurious and expensive superyachts.
She has also developed the 29-million-dollar Lady Nag Nag yacht, built in 2008, welcoming 12 guests and 13 qualified crew members.
Another is the 4You Charter Yacht which costs $312,000 per week; this 180-foot motor yacht can go to speeds of up to 16 knots, welcome ten guests, and fit 13 crew members by using her six very spacious cabins.
Aboard the MIMTEE yacht is a standard jacuzzi, a massage room, a gym, exercise equipment, a beach club, a swimming platform, and a bbq station. It also has complete air conditioning, wifi, and a satellite TV.
It also has an at-anchor stabilizer to keep guests steady while traveling in the harsh seas. Additionally, guests can also choose from many toys aboard this 79-meter yacht.
Guests can go on the onboard jet ski, three sea bobs, a wakeboard, kayaks, water skis, jet surf, paddleboard, three mountain bikes, and even diving and snorkeling equipment.
Up to 12 guests can be welcomed by the MIMTEE by using her one master, one VIP, two-two cabins, and double cabin. Twenty-four qualified crew members can also attend to guests.
MIMTEE was engineered to have a steel hull and a standard aluminum superstructure. She has an overall length of 259 feet or 79 meters, a beam of 44.3 feet or 13.5 meters, and a draft of 11.2 feet or 3.4 meters.
She is powered by two Caterpillar engines, enabling this 2,231-ton behemoth to travel at 14 knots and a top speed of 16 knots.
She can easily carry 50,000 liters of fresh water and can carry fuel of up to 230,000 liters. She can cover distances of over 4000 nautical miles.
She is currently available for charter in the low and high seasons of the summertime. There is also limited data regarding charters in the wintertime. Costs can run for 1,000,000 dollars per week, including expenses.