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MCP Yachts 140

The MCP 140 stands as the largest leisure boat crafted in Latin America, and in a single word, it can be aptly described as SPECTACULAR. This vessel commands admiration, captures attention through photography and film, and is unmistakable even from a distance. It holds its own unique identity, unrivaled and incomparable.

The Hemisphere MCP 140, or simply MCP 140, has earned its place among global "celebrities." It goes beyond its historic significance in Brazilian boating or its distinction as the largest leisure boat in Latin America—it's true claim to fame lies in its extraordinary appearance and sheer size.

Observing the seamless navigation and elegance of the MCP 140, one might forget that this vessel stretches almost 44 meters in length, encompasses four decks, and boasts a displacement of 200 tons.

In terms of accommodation and comfort, the interior of the MCP 140 is remarkably spacious, with a capacity to host 12 passengers across 5 roomy cabins. Among these are 4 large suites and 1 cabin featuring 4 bunk beds. The master suite, designed for ultimate privacy, stands apart. The vessel's ergonomics are tailored to a tall owner, evident in every detail from the staircase steps to the room dimensions, bed heights, corridors, bathrooms, and doors. The minimalist décor enhances the vessel's elegance, featuring fabrics and materials sourced from Europe and the United States.


The joinery is a standout feature, characterized by the classic and conservative aesthetics of walnut wood and radica. The pervasive use of glass creates a harmonious balance throughout all spaces.

A luminous glass spiral staircase connects the main floor to the upper level, revealing amenities such as a sauna, jacuzzi, and expansive outdoor decks that link various lounges, living areas, and dining spaces—perfect for both relaxation and entertainment.

Stainless steel accents in internal fittings infuse a touch of modernity, evident in the transition between rooms within the generously illuminated spaces. Notably, guests can enjoy the boat's spaces without intersecting with the crew, who have dedicated separate accesses.

This semi-displacement aluminum ocean-going superyacht adheres to Lloyd's requirements. Powered by twin Caterpillar C32 1925 BHP engines, it achieves a top speed of 19 knots. At cruising speed, it boasts the range necessary for transoceanic crossings, irrespective of weather and sea conditions. The MCP 140 embodies the epitome of nautical luxury and engineering prowess.


General Arrangement

Length Over All: 143’ (43.76M)
Maximum Beam: 27’4” (8.31 M)
Maximum Draft: 6’4” (1.93 M)
Maximum Displacement: 205 MTON
Light Displacement: 154 MTON
Gross Tonnage: 415 GT
Hull Material: Marine Grade 5083 Aluminum
Superstructure Material: Marine Grade 5083 Aluminum
Hull Classification: Lloyd’s Register or Rina
Hull Type: Semi-Displacement
Naval Architecture: Vripack / MCP Yachts
Naval Engineering: MCP Yachts
Exterior Design: MCP Yachts
Interior Design: MCP Yachts
Bow/Stern Thrusters: Naiad
Stabilizers: Naiad (At Anchor)
Treatment System: Headhunter
Diesel: 33,400 L / 8820 gal
Fresh Water: 10,000L / 2641 gal
Grey Water: 2,000 L / 528 gal
Black Water: 2,000 L / 528 gal
Oceanic Range: 3,000 Nautical Miles
Engines:2 X Cat C32 Acerts 1,925 Mhp
Long Range Speed:10.8 Knots Consuming Total 88 L/H
Speed (Max/Cruise):19/16 Knots
Cabins: 5
Owner & Guests: 12
Crew Cabins: 3
Crew: 6

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