Built by the Cheoy Lee ship yard which has a rich history of over 100 years of ship building,
Namoh is a combination of volume and style and is a solid constructed yacht by the Dutch hand of Frank Mulder.
The yacht comprises of 5 staterooms all en-suite and the master stateroom has a very large well appointed office.
There is huge main salon located on the main deck and an enormous sky lounge that can swallow a crowd for entertaining or relaxing.
Namoh has been owned for many years by a very experienced owner, one that has always demanded perfection and has supplied the budget to keep the yacht to that level.
One thing not to be over looked is that this yacht has had a long term experienced professional captain and crew who have taken pride in maintaining her. Interior fabric changes were completed in May 2016.
This yacht has had a successful charter history due to her design and welcoming voluminous layout. She is larger than most if not all the other 130-foot yachts on the market. Guests have often commented that she feels more like a 140-foot yacht.
There is no substitute for photos or an over the phone conversation. You need to stand on this yacht to understand her enormous volume and feel her solid construction topped with quality workmanship. Arrange a viewing to truly understand what this yacht has to offer.
Salon and Dining
Entrance to the salon is either through double stainless steel sliding glass doors from the aft deck, or through port and starboard sliding Freeman doors from the side decks. The predominant side entrance is to starboard - opening into a granite-floored entryway with a stairway down to the guest staterooms and up to the Skylounge. The Owners' cabin, galley, and powder room are forward. In the forward section of the main salon is a beautiful custom 7' diameter dining table (with lazy-Susan) that seats 10 comfortably. There is a marble-topped buffet forward and long banquettes to port and starboard that are "fiddled" to house crystal, flatware and china. The dining salon is separated from the main salon by a four-posted entertainment center with TV. The seating area consists of 2 sofas and 2 chairs around a coffee table.
Additional domestic appliances:
The Master Stateroom is accessed from the starboard main entrance foyer. Proceed through exquisite, custom stained-glass double-entry doors that lead to the master suite foyer. In this area, a Miele washer and dryer are hidden behind hand rubbed Makore millwork. There is a study area with a desk and two chairs. Proceeding forward past a cedar lined walk-in closet into the stateroom, which offers a king-sized berth, additional hanging locker space, bureaus, a make-up vanity and full entertainment system.
Her bath (to port) features Persian-gold marble vanity tops, floors and bulkheads with a jacuzzi tub, W.C. and a 15" LCD TV. All hardware is THG/Pierre D'Arras polished gold with crystal faucets.
His bathroom (stb’d) features the same marble & fixtures with a stall shower and W.C.
*All showers have custom frameless doors.
Guest Stateroom Foyer
All of the guest staterooms are accessed from the main deck starboard entrance foyer via stairs that lead to a large guest foyer with blue granite-topped cabinetry that houses a Maytag washer and dryer, fridge and a stewardess locker. The lower guest accommodations are finished in quarter-figured Anigre wood and a selection of marble and granite. All guest cabins have fabric walls using the Whisper wall system for ease of replacement.
VIP Stateroom - Aft Starboard
King VIP staterooms port and starboard are mirror images with island king beds. They are beautifully appointed with granite-topped bedside tables, full entertainment systems, including separate U.S. and Caribbean satellite decoders, hanging lockers, bureaus, and ensuite heads aft with corner Jacuzzi tub/showers with Millenium blue granite counters and floors.
VIP Stateroom - Aft Port
Guest Stateroom - Forward
The crew quarters are nicely furnished with quarter-figured anigre veneers and corian countertops throughout. All cabins have a TV/ DVDs. The crew mess is accessed from the main deck galley and features a full galley with corian countertops, sink, insta-hot faucet, fridge with icemaker, microwave, toaster oven and 2 sets Miele washers and dryers. There is a remote alarm panel, and TV with DVD player. A separate engineer's cabin is aft by the engine room.
The pilothouse features hand-rubbed, quartered Makore veneers with blistered Makore inlay panels. Port and starboard Freeman sliding watertight doors lead to the side decks and Portuguese bridge. The Portuguese bridge has two lounging areas (with adjustable chaise lounges) leading down a center catwalk to the foredeck.
Skylounge and Entertaining Deck
The huge skylounge deck, aft of the pilothouse, is a great place for entertaining with a large formal bar in Makore and black galaxy granite that seats five. There is also a large semi-circular sofa around the big screen TV plus a card table and electronic player piano. The powder room off the skylounge features roman-gold marble top with a gravity glass bowl sink and roman-gold marble flooring. Access to the covered deck is via double stainless sliding glass doors aft. This deck features a BBQ grill, table and chairs for 6-8 and a large, round 6-person spa with lots of built-in seating. Access via regular stairs to the flybridge deck above or aft deck below.
The thoroughly functional flybridge features a fully-instrumented helm, with a duplication of all electronic equipment and systems. There are (3) Stidd helm chairs, life raft storage lockers port and starboard with quick release doors, each holding (2) 10-man life rafts. There is a semi-circular seating arrangement with a beautiful custom clear Corian inlaid table, which drops down to form a sunpad. Fiberglass hardtop. The bar is set up with sink, fridge and gas grill. The 17' Zodiac Eclipse with 115 hp 4-stroke Yamaha is stowed aft using the 3,000-lb. Marquipt davit.
This area is generously proportioned with a custom mahogany inlaid hi/lo in/out table that seats 10 comfortably. There is not only access from the aft deck to the skylounge deck via regular stairs, but to the swim platform, walkaround decks and the engine room as well.
Safety & Fire Protection
Owner’s personal effects and art work. A full inventory of exclusions to be provided at time of fully executed Purchase Agreement.
Launched in 2003, NAMOH has enjoyed 2 owners, who have demanded that the yacht be kept in top condition at all times. Built with an eye to longevity and versatility, the equipment list is impressive. As an example, deep sump 3512 Caterpillar engines, allow up to 1,000hrs between oil changes. Full Atlas shore power, Alfa Laval fuel separator and the large Marquipt stern passarelle encourage international exploration. With her large main & upper deck windows combined with high ceiling heights, in combination with hand rubbed Makore and Anigre millwork, colorful stonework and details, such as the soda-blue granite in the galley and lower guest foyer, the interior is light, bright and fun. Thoughtful details are found throughout the vessel, such as the washer/dryer combination in the master suite or the convenience bar with fridge in the lower guest lobby, which allows both guests and crew some autonomy. If you are looking for a well equipped and maintained yacht, that is ready to go cruising, then NAMOH, represents one of the best values in her class!
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. Hours listed may vary from actual hours due to recent use. Purchaser is encouraged to verify hours prior to purchase. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
1535 SE 17th Street #119
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316