At just 33.5 metres overall with a beam of 7.5 metres and a displacement of 280 tons, Mimì la Sardine is a beautiful addition to the shipyard’s successful Nauta Air series

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The Pocket Sized Superyacht


Mimì la Sardine is a mini mega-yacht that punches way beyond her scope and length to prove that bigger is not necessarily better


In a world of often ostentatious boat bragging; bigger is better are often used by-words.  But the diminutive Mimì la Sardine, a 33.5 metre pocket sized superyacht from the Italian based Cantiere delle Marche shipyard, is proving to be the exception to that rule.


 Ironically it is Mario Pedol and Massimo Gino of Nauta Yachts the designers of Azzam, the world’s second largest yacht who are responsible for both her exterior and interior design.


 The yacht, a pure explorer vessel, combines Nauta Yachts' ineffable design elegance with Cantiere delle Marche's undisputed technical expertise.  She is the fifth in an already successful series from the shipyard who have found fame building a slightly smaller series that carry the Darwin brand


On board Mimì la Sardine it’s all about comfort and informality.  From the interiors to the outdoor living spaces, the end result is a comfortable environment with natural light and open air.  


The interior style is cohesive to the exterior lines and has been conceived to provide the owners, their family and guests with a warm and relaxing ambiance in both social and private areas. Space and relaxation are the important keywords throughout this family friendly yacht.[To be continued...]