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WATCH: Meet Neoprene, The €2.3 Million ‘Dark Horse’ Superyacht Registered In Malta And Built To Stir Up The Waters In Style

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Meet Neoprene, the underdog of the superyacht world. A Mangusta 108 vessel as long as a Boeing 737 that is being described as “the girl your mother doesn’t want you to meet.”

See anything familiar on the stern? Yup, that is indeed the Maltese cross flying proudly.

That’s right, this super superyacht is one of may registered in Malta – adding to the countless superyachts choosing our beautiful island as its port of call.

Built for three things: speed, sunbathing and watersports, Neoprene has an extensive capacity to satisfy these requirements. Boasting twin 5,500 HP engines, this baby is able to blast through waves at a whopping 32 knots.

Heralded as a dark horse of a superyacht, the foredeck offers up three massive sunbeds that are the perfect size for anyone looking to kick back and relax in the Mediterranean sun.

Storage for water toys is where Neoprene excels.

Opening up from the stern, it currently holds 5 seabobs, 2 kayaks, an inflatable kayak, 2 paddleboards, a lazyboy pontoon and something not normally seen on a boat of this calibre: side cabinets, designed specifically to hold some awesome jetskis.

 

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Although the current owners use those cabinets for storage, because why not?

The vessel is currently up for sale, and if you’re feeling bougie you can check out the full specs of the vessel here.

Neoprene is unlike any other yacht on the water. A leather-clad biker chick with an attitude her bite is decidedly fiercer than her bark…

Tag a yachtie friend in the comments on Facebook and let them know their dream boat is now up for sale!

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