Overmarine Mangusta sells the eighth hull for the American market

Mangusta 110 (2)

Another order for the Mangusta 110

Mangusta announces the sale of another order for the American market: a maxi open of the Mangusta 110 series.

“In five years we have sold eight vessels to the US, of which six beyond 100 feet,” said Francesco Frediani, Mangusta's Commercial Director. “This success demonstrates that American clients are familiar with and appreciate Mangusta maxi open yachts, acknowledging their aesthetics, functionality and technical quality”.


The Mangusta 110 is ideal for the US because it moves fast from one place to the other thanks to the MTU 16V2000 M96L engines that push it beyond 33 knots and because of its reduced draft, of just 5’ 69’’, allows navigation at every depth, including in America's shallow waters.


Mangusta 110 glides smoothly on the water thanks to the waterjets propulsion, a feature where the shipyard was a pioneer. In fact, for more than 30 years, Overmarine Group has been using waterjets and to date it is one of the few shipyards that equips them as standard on planing and semi-displacement vessels.

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The Mangusta 110 is appreciated for its versatility: the presence of a gyroscopic stabilizer allows obtaining maximum comfort, at sea or at anchor, with any kind of sea and at the lowest speeds.

The model is equipped with the new Rolls-Royce Kamewa joystick and the dynamic positioning, which ensures that the vessel remains in a specific GPS position, without the influence of tide, wind and flow. Also, a second helm station is available on the sundeck.

The delivery of this vessel is expected for the summer 2018.