Francesco Frediani, group commercial director, said he was extremely satisfied with this result, observing that, "This is the second 110 to be sold in 2014, after the first was sold and delivered during the first few months of the year. We’re pleased to see both that the market is active, and that this model is in line with current demand."
While it still maintains the traditional racy profile of Mangusta models, this new yacht features new aesthetic structural features: external areas both fore and aft and a more than generously sized flybridge that can also house a second helm station.
As with all Mangustas, the emphasis is on performance, and the Kamewa Rolls-Royce waterjet propulsion system produces dynamic handling with low noise and vibration levels, while two MTU 16V 2000M94 engines produce a speed of 33 knots. The yacht also features zero speed gyroscopic stabilisers that help improve on-board comfort. Indeed, it is now possible to sail at low speeds both comfortably and with low consumption, the yard claims.
The interior layout is based around the total separation between the guest and crew areas. The layout means it is possible to have four cabins, which can accommodate up to nine guests.
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