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MISTER JINGLES

Resplendent Golden Jewel Flashes Along Italian Coastline


MISTER JINGLES yacht underway
VESSEL SPECIFICATIONS
NAME MISTER JINGLES
PREVIOUS NAME N/A
BEAM 5.6 (18′)
DRAFT 1.2 (4′)
LENGTH 23.9 (78′)
CRUISING SPEED 35
BUILT 2009
REFIT YEAR
MANUFACTURER Fashion Yachts
CREW 3
GUESTS 8
STATE ROOMS 4
DESTINATIONS
PRICE FROM €50,000 / Per Week
TOYS AND TENDERS

Towable toys
Satellite tv in all cabins
Home theatre in saloon living room

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Motor yacht MISTER JINGLES debuted as a Mediterranean yacht charter vessel. Built in Italy, performance megayacht MISTER JINGLES boasts a 35 knot cruising speed – perfect for getting from one famous port to another during a Mediterranean yacht charter vacation.

Designed and built by Fashion Yachts, luxury yacht charter vessel MISTER JINGLES was produced by one of Italy’s most famous shipyards for performance megayacht craft. Led by Fabrizio Politi and Carlo Maria Maiocchi Clerici, the builder ranks among the top five Italian shipyards in terms of revenues and production surface and has established itself as one of the most dynamic players in the worldwide nautical sector.

Based in the fast-developing dockyard area of Pisa, in Tuscany, Italy, only one kilometer away from the Pisa International Airport, the shipyard covers an area of 30,000 square meters, of which 16,000 is covered, and employs an average daily workforce of 300 people.

Fashion Yachts was established in 2001 by initiative of its founder and current CEO, Fabrizio Politi.

In only seven years, this Tuscan company has gained a leading position in the pleasure yacht industry with the Fashion Yachts brand, swiftly becoming part of the small circle of Italian companies which are capable of interpreting at best the high-end yacht philosophy.

Born as a service company, this famed builder has experienced geometric growth, and following the acquisition of the new shipyard in the Pisa dockyard area, the group now builds its own vessels.