Published: Tuesday, 25 August 2015

The second unit of the Mangusta 110 series was launched by the Overmarine Group at its private wharf in Viareggio, Tuscany. 


(Photos: Overmarine Group)

Currently taking its first cruise around the Mediterranean, the yacht will make its world premiere at the Cannes Yachting Festival (Sept 8-13). 

“I am so excited to introduce Mangusta to the Asian market – the Southeast Asian waters are amazing,” says Overmarine’s Exclusive Ambassador for Mangusta, Henry Goulding. “Travelling and exploring the islands in a supremely beautiful and high performance yacht is a must. Mangusta’s are also known to be fast, high performing and comfortable maxi open yachts and buyers in the region have so much to explore around these waters.”

Goulding, based in Singapore, will be taking interested buyers from Asia on trips to Cannes and Tuscany to view the new model.

Mangusta 1

The 33.8-metre Mangusta 110 is one of the four new Maxi Open Mangusta models launched in the market over the past two years. She is incredibly versatile and a perfect combination of sporty lines and timeless charm. She also mixes top performance with extraordinary levels of onboard comfort.

Her external lines are distinctive of Mangusta tradition - racy and sporty. There are also new aesthetic and structural features, which have been recently added to the latest models: the sundeck, which can house a second helm station, the large side window at the Owner’s area, the new open-air spaces for socialising and stunning views of the sea.

The advanced hull has an impressive new glazing, which is a typical feature on larger models, while a single big pane of glass at the height of the saloon offers excellent visibility from the inside, and allows copious amounts of natural light to enter.

Mangusta 2

On board is an elegant combination of architectural allure and bespoke furniture and pieces built especially for this yacht. The style is contemporary and the materials used are exclusive. The 4-cabin layout is the result of a detailed architectural study of the volumes, aimed at total onboard comfort and optimal privacy between the guest and crew areas.

Thanks to twin MTU 16V 2000M94 engines and Rolls-Royce Kamewa water jets, this yacht can comfortably reach a speed of 33 knots, while maintaining stability, remaining completely vibration-free and emitting very low noise levels.

Mangusta 4

She also features a zero speed gyroscopic stabiliser (both at anchor and under way), which helps to further improve onboard comfort. It is now possible to cruise at low speeds at reduced consumption but with the guarantee of high levels of comfort at all times.