Fully custom with 1,730 HP diesel engines, it exudes power and luxury. It was built in the Netherlands by Feadship and was delivered to the owner in March 2011.
She currently sails under the Cook Islands flag and docks at the Astilleros de Mallorca refit yard in Spain.
TANGO yacht interior
The interior was designed by Harrison Eidsgaard, a London-based studio that’s passionate about creating unique designs tailored to the owner’s lifestyle. They also worked on notable yacht and aircraft projects.
Accommodation for the guests is offered on the main deck. There’s a hall that leads to a private study and the owner’s stateroom with his/hers bath and dressing room. This custom-built superyacht also boasts a massage/beauty salon and custom furniture pieces.
While the exact looks of the interior remain private, we know that its design elements are unparalleled.
Harrison Eidsgaard is known for their passion for detail while drawing inspiration from their varying backgrounds.
Harrison Eidsgaard designed the exterior of the TANGO yacht. The steel hull, a teak deck, and an aluminum framework form a muscular yet elegant profile.
The top deck has grey/silver elements, creating a gentle contrast with the silver base. TANGO also features the signature Feadship signature lines, a symbol of style and performance.
The contra-flow pool and a sundeck with an outdoor cinema are on the aft. There is comfortable seating, an impressive bar, a sky lounge, and al-fresco dining.
the TANGO yacht has a stunning length of 77.7m (254’11”) with a 12.2m (40’0″) beam. Her draft measures 3.65m (11’12”) and weighs 2083 tons.
With four diesel-type MTU engines, she can cruise up to a top speed of 21.0 knots.
She also carries 202 000 liters of fuel and 41,000 liters of water. As the 20th largest yacht built by Feadship, she can accommodate up to 14 guests and 22 crew members.
As of today, the Feadship motor yacht Tango is not for sale. However, it has an estimated price of $120 million.