September 7, 2013

Project: Overmarine Mangusta 132

Much has been done over the past few years in terms of investments and extending the range by Overmarine Group and the new Mangusta 132 has been developed in line with these strategic choices. This yacht is the natural evolution of Mangusta 130, with a number of important differences.  The interiors and exterior of this highly versatile yacht feature a perfect combination of high performance and on-board comfort.  The new S3Np Ka.Me.Wa. Rolls Royce waterjets featuring improved efficiency have been combined with two 4600hp MTU engines. As result, this yacht can comfortably reach a speed of over 36 knots without vibrating and at very low noise levels.  Mangusta 132 has a new hull to which the hydrodynamic improvements already introduced on the 165, the current flagship from Overmarine, have been added and is fitted with zero speed gyroscopic stabilisers usable at anchor and under way. Without taking anything away from the usual racy, sporty lines of all Mangusta yachts, this new series features a generously-sized sundeck which can be used as a private area for the owner and also have a double driving position. Distribution of the interiors is the result of a careful architectural study of the volumes of the yacht, which aim to ensure maximum onboard comfort and the best, complete separation between the guest and crew areas. The layout makes it possible to have up to five guest cabins, but as with all Mangusta yachts, the Overmarine Group Design Department can offer a range of interior layouts as well as style solutions and personalised decor, thus managing to fully satisfy the taste and wishes of all owners.  Mangusta 132, a yacht in which comfort, internal and external volumes and performance merge together in perfect harmony.