Overmarine Group has unveiled its latest superyacht model in its Mangusta GranSport line at this year's Miami Yacht Show: the Mangusta GranSport 33, with construction having begun on the first model.
Photo: Overmarine GroupThis 33.3-metre motor yacht Mangusta GranSport 33 will be built in GRP to RINA class and accommodate up to 12 guests. A crew of five is also accommodated for on board across three staterooms.
With in-house interior design and naval architecture, the exterior design is from the drawing boards of AM Yacht Design.
Photo: Overmarine Group
On board, the master stateroom is located on the main deck which also includes a spacious salon with ample natural light. The lower deck hosts four comfortable guest staterooms, for which numerous different configurations are available. Her wide flybridge features a sunbathing area, bar and living area. Forward, there is a lounge area furnished with sofa and table for al fresco dining, as well as a large sunbathing area and Jacuzzi.
Power on the motor yacht Mangusta GranSport 33 is powered by an innovative propulsion system: four Volvo Penta D13 1000 IB 735kW engines (~1000HP) at 2400rpm, coupled with 4 Volvo Penta IPS pods mod. 1350. This ensures low vibrations and a silent, comfortable cruising experience, with the vessel reaching a maximum speed of 26 knots.
The motor yacht's low draft of 1.9-metres makes her ideal for cruising in very shallow waters such as the Bahamas and the Hamptons. Construction of the first model has begun, with delivery expected in 2020.Photo: Overmarine Group
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