September 7, 2014

New Model: Overmarine Mangusta 165 E

The latest Overmarine Mangusta 165 hull no. 9 is the very latest example of evolution and the perfect combination of comfort and speed.  There are a number of important technological innovations on this yacht as well as improvements in performance, including a new propulsion system with quadruple MTU 2600hp engines, 4 Rolls Royce Kamewa NP waterjets and 4 Seakeeper stabilisers. This driving system has an excellent weight/power ratio, as the engines are lighter than the previous ones and so there is less weight in movement when the yacht is at sea. These last generation engines are also more efficient and have a modular functionality. The waterjets are also stronger as the design has been renewed in order to offer a better performance at lower consumption. The result is that this yacht can reach similar speeds as in the past but consumes less: 35% less at 20 and 30 knots.The optimised layout in the engine room has provided the space to install 4 stabilizers for improving stabilization when the yacht is both at anchor and under way: 50% less rolling with half metre waves. Efficiency has also been improved meaning sailing is very comfortable at low speeds, too. Each and every owner can really decide whether to sail at high speeds or 20/30 knots with good drive efficiency and greater efficiency of consumption, without however, ever having to renounce to being comfortable on-board. This yacht is proof of the shipyard’s continuous evolution, but also of its ability to understand the market and anticipate client demand. Greater opportunities for this successful model, which can now also be proposed in the E evolution version with a number of external aesthetic features, most meaningful and recognizable being the window profile design of the deck house.
Technical Data:
LOA - 49.9 m (163.7ft)
Beam - 9.2 m
Draft - 2 m
Displacement - 300 t full load
Fuel Capacity - 40000 l
Water Capacity - 4000 l
Accommodation - 10 guest berths in 5 cabins, 6 crew cabins sleeping up to 12
Engines - 4 x MTU 16V 2000 M94 2600hp
Propulsion - 2 x KaMeWa 71S3NP + 2 x KaMeWa 63B3NP (booster)
Speed - 33 knots max
Range - 800 nautical miles at cruise
Project - Stefano Righini  

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