It was announced late last week that Italian Yacht Builder, Overmarine Group, has sold the first new Mangusta 132 motor yacht, the fourth hull of the Mangusta series.
Developed as a natural evolution to the Mangusta 130, the Mangusta 132 features a range of important differences in its design, and is the second Mangusta for this owner.
Designed by Stefano Righini, in collaboration with the Overmaine in-house team, improved design features include a generously sized sundeck, which can be used as a private area for the owner and a double driving position.
She also carries forward the recent technical and styling updates of the new breed of Mangustas, including a large single window on the main deck to allow for increased natural light and panoramic views, and a newly styled flybridge with more aggressive grating.
The new Mangusta hull measures at 39.5m, and has a beam of 7.76m and a maximum draft of 1.75m, allowing it to reach top cruising speeds of 32 knots. The new owner chose a four-cabin layout rather than the standard five-cabin design to accommodate up to 10 guests.
Francesco Frediani, group commercial director of Overmarine Group commented, “This model was created in line with the Group’s strategic development plan, through which it has been both extending and renewing our range over the last few years, as well as focusing on dimensional growth and greater efficiency, or better, maintaining a high performance with increasingly lower consumption.
“These strategic choices are the reason we can boast of this excellent result today which, combined with the seriousness and experience of a shipyard which has belonged to the same family for 30 years, allow us to play a key role on the market.”
In-keeping with the owner’s requests, on-board volumes and increased comfort and performance at high speeds were all carefully considered. The interior arrangement was carefully planned to successfully separate guest and crew areas.
The first Mangusta 132 will be launched this summer.
For more information, visit Overmarine Group.