June 14, 2024

New Model: Overmarine Mangusta 132E

Overmarine Mangusta 132E has officially been launched, a new super yacht model as designed by the Shipyard's Engineering Department, who restyled the Stefano Righini lines of the iconic 132 model which was produced from 2015 to 17.  The 132E is as the E letter indicates an evolution of the iconic Mangusta style which has dominated the large sport yacht category market onwards from the nineties, updated to capture the most recent trends, adding generous windows in the hull and widening those on the main deck, so as to maximize interior brightness. The forward area offers a generous hot tub and large sun pads, while the sun deck has been fitted with a dining area and a relaxation area with comfortable lounge seaters. A second pilot station has also been arranged on this deck, to make sure that maximum relaxation would always go hand in hand with the thrill of high-speed cruising. As is the case on each and every Mangusta yacht, this vessel too has fully-custom interiors designed by Overmarine's D├ęcor Department applying modern architecture principles and ensuring the complete separation of guest areas and crew quarters. Following the addition of two central floor-to-ceiling glazed surfaces in the salon, the yacht now simply blends with the surrounding landscape. Seamless continuity between interiors and exteriors is also achieved thanks to a sliding door that rotates on its axis to be flawlessly concealed in the wall, converting the salon and the aft cockpit into one single, free-flowing area, perfect to ensure the constant wellbeing of guests. To increase efficiency and minimize fuel consumption, this yacht's propulsion includes three MTU 2600hp engines combined with as many Kamewa water jets, delivering a maximum speed of 35 knots. Speed, however, is always accompanied by the utmost comfort, both when cruising and at anchor, thanks to two Seakeeper gyro stabilizers. The Mangusta 132E is expected to be fully delivered in Summer 2024.
Technical Data:
LOA - 39.85 m (130.8ft)
Beam - 7.76 m
Draft - 1.75 m
Displacement - 175 t half load, 185 t loaded, 288 GT *volume
Fuel Capacity - 19,500 l
Water Capacity - 3000 l
Accommodation - up to eleven guests in five cabins, six crew in three cabins
Engines - 3 x MTU 16V2000 M96L 2600hp
Propulsion - KaMeWa water jets S63-4 (x2) S63-B4 (x1)
Speed - 35 knots max, thirty cruise
Range - 520 nautical miles at cruise
Construction - single skin hull, sandwich super structure
Project - Overmarina Group engineering, Stefano Righini styling, Alberto Mancini interior

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