Francesco Frediani, group commercial director, was delighted with the sale, commenting, "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 focussing 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 this excellent result today which, combined with the seriousness and experience of a shipyard that has belonged to the same family for 30 years, allow us to play a key role in the market.”
Her external lines are reflective of traditional Mangustas - racy and sporty - but the Open range also incorporates glazing on the main deck, a single window by the salon which boosts natural light, aggressive grating and a spacious sundeck which lends itself to being used as a private area for the owner.
The Mangusta 132 also features a new hull form to which all the hydrodynamic improvements that were already on Mangusta 165 have been added, as well as new engines, a waterjet propulsion system and zero-speed gyroscopic stabilisers.
This hull has been designed and developed based on the wishes and requirements of her owner. As this was his second Mangusta, he knew exactly how to used the potential of this model to the full. The distribution of the interiors is the result of a careful architectural study of the volumes, which focussed on comfort and the separation of guest and crew areas.
The vessel will hit the water in summer 2015.
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