Italian shipyard Overmarine will be exhibiting the 49.9 metre Mangusta 165E open superyacht Moonraker at the Miami Boat Show, which is taking place from 12-16 February. Moonraker is the 8th Mangusta 165, but she is the first in the yard's new E series, which stands for Evolution.
The yacht, designed by Stefano Righini, features a bespoke interior that is both tasteful and stylish, and boasts over 250 textures and fine materials, including exquisite stone, valuable woods, mother of pearl & luxurious leathers, which include Aston Martin leather chairs.
She accommodates up to eight guests over four luxurious cabins, including one master suite, one VIP cabin and two double cabins, all of which are found on the lower deck.
The full beam master suite features an impressive ceiling height of 2.35 metres, providing the area with an extremely spacious feel that is made welcoming by the homely polished wood floors and warm, neutral colour scheme.
Powered by 3 x 4,609hp MTU engines, she has a maximum speed of 42 knots, an impressive cruising speed of 33 knots.
The yacht will be docked on Collins Avenue, Ramp 24.
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