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The 46.9m (154ft) MIKADO is a ketch rigged motor sailing yacht delivered in 1987 by the Hitachi Zosen Corp Shipyard in Japan to exterior designs by William Garden of Canada and interiors redesigned in 1998 by Naomi Leff & Associates of New York. Always professionally maintained with shipyard periods every 18-24 months, she received a Lloyd's class refit in winter 2006-07.

MIKADO under sail
MIKADO under sail

Generous outside guest spaces include a flybridge sun deck with a daybed forward to port and a lounge area to starboard. Raised sun loungers run aft between tender stowage spaces and there is a sun lounge on a teak grate extending over the aft deck. Steps lead down to the main deck aft.

Sunpads on a teak grate on the flybridge sun deck aft
Sunpads on a teak grate on the flybridge sun deck aft

On the main deck there is an intimate observation lounge on the foredeck and sidedeck gates lead to the main deck aft guest area. There is a lounge diner area with open air dining for eight guests. Aft is a lounge area shaded by an awning and aft is deck space for sun loungers or sunpads.

The lounge diner and lounge on the main deck aft, with sun lounging further aft
The lounge diner and lounge on the main deck aft, with sun lounging further aft

Inside a spacious and relaxed lounge area is well illuminated by large opening picture windows. Steps in the wheelhouse forward lead down to a lower deck TV room to port and a library lounge area to starboard.

The TV room opposite with comfortable seating and a library lounge
The TV room opposite with comfortable seating and a library lounge

MIKADO welcomes nine guests in four lower deck cabins. The full beam owner's suite aft has seating either side, a dressing room with an additional berth and his and hers en suite bathrooms. Two further double cabins and one twin cabin, all en suite, complete family friendly guest accommodation and MIKADO also sleeps up to eight crew.

The full beam owner's suite
The full beam owner's suite

Both masts, with in-mast furling, and booms are in aluminium by Rondal, who also supplied her furling equipment, and she completed her eight-year rig survey in 2017. All sails are by North Sails and were serviced in 2017 with staysail and genoa serviced again in 2020 and the majority of her Lewmar winches are hydraulic.

The main saloon has large picture windows
The main saloon has large picture windows

Twin 600hp Caterpillar diesel engines drive two four bladed, variable pitch bronze propellers to give her a top speed of 13 knots, a cruising speed of 11 knots and a range of 3,400nm at 10 knots. She is also equipped with one set of Vosper stabilisers.

We are delighted to bring this stylish and proven yacht to market with an asking price of USD 3,250,000. MIKADO is lying in Palma where inspection can be easily arranged so please contact your Burgess broker for more information.

To find out more about Burgess’ yachts for sale and yachts for charter, please contact your Burgess broker. Alternatively, get in touch with one of our offices directly: LondonMonacoNew YorkMiamiSingapore or all other locations.

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