Overmarine’s 33m Mangusta GranSport 33 superyacht sold

Written by Laura Nicholls

An American owner has bought 33.3-metre Mangusta GranSport 33, two months after the official presentation of the new superyacht. The entry-level superyacht is set to be delivered during 2020 and has been designed as part of a collaboration between Alberto Mancini of AM Yacht Design and the Overmarine Group.  Mangusta GranSport 33Photo: Overmarine GroupDesigned with a wide flybridge to feature sunbathing areas with Jacuzzi located forward, a bar and lounging areas. With ceiling-high windows, the main deck is where the saloon, galley and master stateroom is located. To accommodate up to 12 guests in total, an additional four staterooms can be found on the lower deck and all feature interiors designed by Overmarine with the owner.Mangusta GranSport 33Photo: Overmarine Group“This sale confirms that our project - developed with a strong focus on achieving a perfect combination of design and state-of-the-art technology - is interesting and attractive” comments Mangusta’s Commercial Director Francesco Frediani. “We were counting on its success but were surprised by how fast we moved from the presentation stage – through renderings and videos – to securing the deal. In any sale, success always stems from the combination of the right product, an owner who literally falls in love with it, and a highly professional team. In this specific case, our gratitude also goes to our USA Area Manager Stefano Arlunno”.Mangusta GranSport 33Photo: Overmarine GroupThe Mangusta GranSport 33 can reach a maximum speed of 26 knots and benefits from a shallow draft of 1.9-metres and is fitted with dynamic positioning and electronic fin stabiliser systems.



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