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The yacht Kogo was built by Alstom Marine in France
Tim Heywood Design
Kogo is designed by Tim Heywood, while Terence Disdale is responsible for her interior.
Large Spa Area
Kogo has a large spa area, with a gym, a steam room, a pool with jets stream and a massage room. Kogo also has a dive room with professional dive equipment.
14 Guests and a Crew of 21
Kogo can accommodate 14 guests in 7 staterooms, catered for by a crew of 21.
The yacht Kogo has won several awards, such as the Motor Yacht of the Year Award and the Best Interior Desgin at the 2007 World Superyacht Awards
Mansour Ojjeh was the owner of the yacht Kogo. Mansour Ojjeh is a Saudi Arabia-
TAG was founded in 1997 by his father Akram Ojjeh. TAG, famous for the TAG Heuer brand, owns 21% of the McLaren Group.
The most famous asset of group is the McLaren Formula One team. In 1985, TAG Group purchased Swiss watchmaker Heuer. The brand name TAG Heuer was formed. Under TAG Group's ownership, TAG Heuer modernized its product line and increased worldwide sales.
TAG Heuer sold for US$ 740 million
LVMH purchased TAG Heuer in 1999 for USD 740 million. TAG sponsored Williams in the early 1980s and then supplied McLaren with TAG Turbo Engines with the help of Porsche in the mid 1980s. The McLaren relationship continues to this day, with the TAG Group holding a stake in the McLaren Group.
The TAG Group includes Tag Aviation, a private jet and business jet charter company. Tag also owns a hotel, named Aviator. TAG Aeronautics holds the distributorship of Bombardier business jets in the Middle East and Turkey. TAG is the acronym of Techniques d’Avant Garde.
US$ 2.6 billion net worth
Mansour Ojjeh has a net worth of US$ 2.6 billion. Ojjeh lives in a large mansion in Switzerland named Le Maison du Lac. The house has an amazing view on Lake Geneva.