Alongside obvious Mangusta influences the 110 retains some unique features, courtesy of the in-house design team’s collaboration with Stefano Righini, which includes a large Flybridge housing a second helm station. Two MTU 16V 2000M94 engines and Kamewa waterjets power the yacht to a speed of 33 knots whilst zero- speed gyroscopic stabilisers temper the noise and vibration levels of this high-performance design.
Inside, four cabins accommodate nine guests on board. The main deck features a large salon, which can also be converted into a lunch space. In a statement to the media the Overmarine Group said of the project:
‘Mangusta 110 is the perfect expression of the Overmarine Group philosophy of passionately and competently building unique yachts, backed by a thirty-year tradition. Thanks to her versatility, this model corresponds exactly to her owner’s wishes: perfect for sailing, ideal for her versatility, unique because of how the on-board volumes have been balanced out and exclusive owing to her custom-built interiors.’
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