October 15, 2022

New Model: Overmarine Mangusta 165 REV

The first unit of the new Overmarine Mangusta 165 REV was launched in Viareggio on 25 July 2022. The name itself, Mangusta 165 REV highlights a revolutionary design and content features this line has introduced compared to the previous Righini designed 165, an extraordinary and hugely successful model itself, as confirmed by the sale of twelve units, eight in the original version and four in the updated E for Evolution series introduced in 2014. Built in composite material at Overmarine Viareggio, the 165 Rev is the second project developed by the shipyard’s engineering, headed by engineer Nicola Onori, and design firm Lobanov following the Mangusta 104 Rev, the first unit of which was delivered last year, and currently going into its fifth hull for delivery in 2025.  Lobanov and Mangusta as the model says present quite a Revolution in the 165 Rev for the curved shearline which hides a master stateroom in the main deck, an unedited feature for all the Viareggio builders Maxiopen line which has revolutionized the segment since the nineties, and has proved a huge success for Mangusta.  The interiors of hull number one of the 165 Rev, have been designed by Overmarine’s technical department architects with the Owner’s team under the coordination of Sales Manager Nicolò Strocco. The Mangusta 165 REV’s aggressive and sporty profile conceals the huge volumes the Owner and his guests can find onboard. A case in point is the magnificent full-beam, 92 sqm master stateroom located on the main deck, featuring large, floor-to-ceiling glazed surfaces flawlessly integrated in the hull. More ceiling high windows can be found in the salon, opening up toward the stern and on the sides, where two large fold-down balconies create a smooth continuum between this room and the outdoor areas. The entire lower deck is dedicated to guests, who will find accommodation in four guest cabins and one VIP suite. At the stern, the aft door opens to reveal a beach club conceived as a fully-equipped lounge area by the sea. The tender garage is located on one side. The huge forward area will allow guests to indulge in pure relaxation, thanks to a sunbathing area, comfy sofas, and an infinity pool that blends into the sea.  The Mangusta 165 REV’s is powered by four MTU 2600hp engines coupled to Kongsberg-Kamewa waterjets to push her to a maximum speed of 34 knots, noiselessly and without the slightest vibrations. Maximum care has also been devoted to consumption, which, speed remaining equal, has been reduced by around 30% against the previous series. The Veem gyroscopic stabilizers operate both at anchor and during navigation, allowing to cruise at ten up to twelve knots in the utmost comfort and at consumptions comparable to those of equally sized displacement vessels. The next Mangusta 165 Rev hull number two is currently under construction for a Summer 2023 delivery.
Technical Data:
LOA - 49.9 m (163.9ft)
Beam - 9.2 m
Draft - 2 m
Displacement - 110,000 kg, 499 GT *volume
Fuel Capacity - 40000 l
Water Capacity - 4000 l 
Accommodation - twelve guests in six cabins, nine crew in ten cabins
Engines - 4 x MTU 16V2000M96L 2600hp
Propulsion - Kongsberg-KaMeWa water jets
Speed - 34 knots max, 30 knots cruise twelve knots long range cruise
Range - 640 nm at thirty knots
Construction - composite fiberglass with single skin hull and cored sandwich upper structure
Project - Igor Lobanov exterior, Overmarine Engineering Nicola Onori, Overmarine interior
Certitifaction - RINA or ABS class, CE A

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