The Overmarine Group has launched the first hull in its new Mangusta 110 range. She will immediately set sail for Miami, where she will be premiered at the city’s boat show in February 2014.

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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