KOGO is built to Lloyds Register ✠100A1, SSC Yacht (P), Mono G6, Ice Class 1B, LMC & UMS G6 classification society rules. With a steel hull, aluminium superstructure, teak decks and stone decks, her Lloyd's 15 year special survey classification was completed in 2021. KOGO has a long-distance range of up to 5000 nautical miles and she cruises comfortably at 15 knots with a maximum speed of up to 17 knots.
2006/2021 Alstom Leroux Naval
Featuring a striking design from award-winning British yacht designer Tim Heywood, 71.7m superyacht KOGO is truly in a class of her own. An ultra-luxurious explorer yacht, KOGO is built to MCA and Lloyds class and was launched in 2006 by French shipyard Alstom Marine. Designed to be able to travel to even the most remote destinations thanks to her ice-class hull, KOGO has a top speed of 17 knots and boasts an impressive cruising range of 5000 nautical miles. Pairing high-performance sailing with five-star comfort, her sophisticated modern interior was designed by Terence Disdale and features spacious open-plan living areas on the main and bridge decks plus accommodation for fourteen guests across seven sumptuous staterooms. Equipped with a full range of amenities including a spa, steam room and state-of-the-art gym, KOGO’s expansive decks also offer multiple outdoor living spaces with a beach club and bathing platform, a large spa pool, an open-air cinema plus a helipad for direct access to the yacht no matter where you are in the world.
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Stand out features
- Dedicated Helipad
- Beach Club
- The original superyacht ice class explorer
- Multi-award winning design including World Superyacht of the Year Award 2007
- Lloyd's 15 year special survey classification completed in 2021
- Powered by diesel electric propulsion with twin ABB Azipods for reduced noise and vibration when cruising
- Exteriors and Interiors by world renowned Tim Heywood and Terence Disdale respectively
- Quantum zero speed stabilisers for exceptional comfort when at-anchor
- Indoor and outdoor cinemas with Dolby surround sound and HD cinema screens
Thanks to her endless list of luxury amenities, KOGO takes onboard entertainment to the next level when cruising. Her Asian-inspired interior living space includes a spa, steam room and state-of-the-art gym plus a huge convertible cinema in the main salon while her sleek galley rivals that of any Michelin-starred restaurant. The bridge deck salon and bar open onto a second outdoor cinema for movie nights under the stars and up on the sun deck you’ll find a large jacuzzi pool surrounded by an over-sized sunpad. Interior and Exterior cinemas provided by California Audio Technology, calibrated in elite recording studios, home theaters, outdoor venues, mega yachts, and large scale private aircraft throughout the world. Alternatively, feel free to party the night away in peace thanks to her extensive stone decks, perfect for limiting guest damage. Equipped with a dedicated diving room, she also boasts an impressive collection of water toys and tenders which can be launched from KOGO’s beach club.
Spacious and open, KOGO can sleep up to fourteen guests onboard across her seven deluxe staterooms. The elegant full-beam master suite is located on the main deck forward and includes a large private study/lounge, a walk-in dressing room and a stylish ensuite bathroom with a jacuzzi bath tub. KOGO’s guest accommodation is made up of four double cabins and two twin cabins, each of which is equipped with a flat-screen TV and full entertainment centre and enjoys ensuite bathroom facilities. There is also direct access to the beach club and spa from the guest accommodation.
With the focus firmly on indoor/outdoor living, KOGO’s interior flows seamlessly into her outdoor living areas. On the main deck aft, a raised lounge area overlooks the ocean while a second aft lounge on the bridge deck can be transformed into an outdoor cinema at the touch of a button. The vast sun deck is set up for entertaining with a covered dining area for twelve, a full wet bar and an over-sized sunpad for lounging in the sunshine. Forward of the lounge/dining area you’ll find KOGO’s vast jacuzzi pool with more built-in sunpads plus a dedicated helipad which can also be transformed into a dance floor to really get the party started. Down at water level, KOGO‘s fabulous beach club opens onto a hydraulic swim platform which can be used for sunbathing, swimming or as a launchpad when using the yacht’s large collection of yacht toys.
As soon as you step foot on KOGO, it’s easy to see why she has won multiple prestigious awards for her build and design. Designed to exceptionally high standards by Tim Heywood, Terence Disdale and custom built by Alstom, she is presented for sale in impeccable condition following her 15 year Lloyds survey which was carried out in 2021. Powered by twin ABB Azipod Drives to ensure she provides the best fuel economy possible plus reduced noise and vibrations when cruising. The largest yacht ever built by Alstom, KOGO has no shortage of entertainment and leisure facilities onboard with her reputation for luxury evident throughout every one of her 71.7 metres.
Alex Banning says
KOGO is iconic. So many firsts in her sector. Diesel electric, Ice class, Helideck, Beach Club, Stone deck, huge Range, high top speed, brilliant layout. Plus, a rock-solid construction and the legends that are Tim Heywood and Terence Disdale (personally) having designed her. This is a real deal go anywhere Superyacht.