was built by Hitachi Zosen Corporation and launched in 1986. The superyacht sailing yacht’s name is MIKADO and is a 155 foot aluminum boat, which was designed by William Garden and Martin Francis. The Mikado was refitted in 2008. The overall length of the superyacht is 155 feet - the waterline length is 126 feet. The capacious ketch motor sailer Mikado is a particularly distinctive Japan made superyacht, with interior styling created by Parish-Hadley. She is a traditional ketch motor sailer. Created at Hitachi Zosen, the vessel was fabricated within Japan and successfully launched in Kanagawa in 1986, before being delivered to the owner. The main hull was crafted from aluminum and teak was used for the deck. Around Sept 2009 Mikado cruised Palma, the location encompassing Illes Balears, in Spain. Powered by twin GM diesel engines, Mikado will attain a maximum speed of 12 knots. Her propulsion units are twin screw propellers. She also has an efficient range of 3000 miles when motoring at her cruising speed of 11 knots. Her total HP is 972 HP and her total Kilowatts are 715. Mikado will accommodate up to 8 guests and 9 crew members.