Overmarine Group has unveiled its latest model, the Mangusta Sport 104 at the Cannes Yachting Festival. The model is the first yacht designed for Mangusta by Igor Lobanov and has an aggressive, sporty profile. Photo: Overmarine GroupAiming to continue the speed, comfort and aesthetics of the previous Maxi Opens from the Italian yard - as well as establishing a family feeling on board - the Mangusta Sport 104 yacht features a bulkwark design, in which her wide and connected windows allow plenty of natural light to enter the master and guest cabins.
In addition, the garage door at the rear of the vessel features a new design which emphasises the aggressive profile of the yacht, with the garage able to house a tender of five metres in length as well as a three-seat jetski. An integrated sundeck can be found at the rear of the vessel which wraps around the radar arch of the vessel. Photo: Overmarine GroupThe interior design of the Mangusta Sport 104 has been designed with Mediterranean cruising in mind, with floor-to-ceiling windows found in the main saloon, and multiple layouts possible to suit the requirements of different owners. In addition, she also comes equipped with an advanced infotainment system, ambient lighting, and an electro-chromic glass roof which are all controlled by individual remote controllers. The new dashboard design - for the sundeck and main steering wheelhouse - also features a modern navigation and monitoring and operating interface. Photo: Overmarine GroupIn terms of power, MTU 16V2000M96L engines on board the Mangusta Sport 104 enable the vessel to reach a top speed of 35 knots. Thanks to the combination of a water jet propulsion system with gyrostabilisers, she has a wide possible range of cruising speeds.