Designed for global exploration, M/Y Tribù boasts a robust steel and aluminum superstructure, seamlessly blending commercial ship features with luxurious amenities. 

M/Y Tribù, the 50m/164ft Explorer Yacht built by MONDOMARINE in 2007, is a pioneering vessel with a steel and aluminum superstructure. Commissioned by an Italian entrepreneur for global exploration, Tribù has circumnavigated the globe twice, covering 90,000 miles between 2007 and 2013. Designed for safety, security, and autonomy in any latitude and extreme conditions, Tribù seamlessly integrates the features of a commercial ship with the comfort and luxury of a modern yacht.
Externally, the yacht's design echoes that of a transatlantic ship, featuring an advanced superstructure, slim vertical windows, and a bow-inclined wheelhouse windshield. The unpainted hull intentionally displays the seams and irregularities of the metal plates, complemented by a robust bow, industrial-style smokestack, and truss tower signal mast. The extensive deck areas are designed for relaxation and leisure.
Internally, our Studio's interior design enhances Tribù's elegant and functional living spaces, maintaining a theme of exploration and sophistication. The yacht is characterized by stability, rigor, and functionality, embodying the essence of exploration without ostentation.
With low fuel consumption, Tribù can operate autonomously at sea for up to 11 days, enabling transatlantic and transpacific crossings. Equipped with essential navigation instruments for safe passage through hazardous zones such as reefs and sandbars, Tribù was the first yacht to receive RINA Green Star certification in 2007, acknowledging its minimal environmental impact.