The 11 meter long Mojito 10.88 is the big sister of the successful 8.88, which was also designed by Pierre Rolland.
The new Mojito 10.88 is defined by strained water lines, with a light dispacement, and a good load capacity to get unmatched performances in this dimension.
Free fall - no problem Especially clever and innovative is the rear garage for a small tender, which was already introduced on the Mojito 8.88. It is located in the stern of the boat in a kind of cave between hull and cockpit floor and remains open to the rear. This is made possible by the use of a double rudder system with laterally shifted rudder blades, which offer the yacht additional stability and better manoeuvrability. Together with a hydraulic keel that can be swung from 2.80 metres to 1.10 metres, the 10.88 can also be comfortably used for free fall.
Two layouts below deck Below deck IDBmarine offers the Mojito 10.88 in two layouts. The 3 cabin version offers two small cabins in the stern, but because of the dinghy garage they are quite far forward and open to the saloon. The saloon looks very spacious thanks to the deckhouse and has an integrated pantry with four-burner stove and sink with drip tray and a separate navigation corner. The two benches in the saloon can be used as additional sleeping area. Due to the "forward shift" of the aft cabins, the forward cabin is somewhat small, but offers sufficient space for 2 persons. A bathroom rounds off the comfort below deck. With the 2 cabin version, one of the aft cabins is then replaced by a technical room.
Technical data: Length over all: 11,00 m Width: 4,00 m Draught: 1.10 m - 2.80 m Displacement: 4.000 kg Motorization: 1 x 30 HP