Mamba was built in GRP by Slovakian yard Oceanline to Bureau Veritas class and MCA compliant with delivery in 2008. Her twin MTU engines generate more than 5,000hp and give her a maximum speed of 27 knots while bow and stern thrusters ensure that she is easily manoeuvrable.
Mamba can accommodate 12 guests in six cabins. The master suite is on the main deck, forward. It is very bright with large windows and has a 37-inch flatscreen Sharp television, electric blinds, and generous storage space. Unusually, she boasts a sunken tub in the en-suite bathroom. The VIP suite is located forward on the lower deck and is accessed via a staircase just aft of the master cabin entrance. It has a 32-inch Sharp TV and an en-suite shower room, wardrobe and internet connection. On the lower deck are four guest cabins: two doubles and two twins. All cabins are en-suite with showers and also have wardrobes, 26-inch Samsung television/audio systems and internet connections.
Her contemporary interior by Art-Line uses a mixture of materials such as leather, teak, marble and Alcantara fabric. Colours are neutral, creating a warm and relaxing environment. Large windows throughout ensure good natural light with adjustable lighting to vary the mood after dark.
|Naval Architect:||Mulder Design|
|LOA:||38.71m 127’ 0”|
|LWL:||32.20m 105’ 8”|
|Engine:||2x MTU 12V4000, 2775hp each|
|Max Speed:||27 knots|
|Cruise Speed:||22 knots|
|Range:||2,800 nm at 12 knots|
|Hull superstructure:||Glass Fiber Polyester Sandwich with Corecell foam core|