Overmarine has turned a new page in their incredible design history, as their new Mangusta 132 hit the ocean. The sporty overall look is still there, although the Italian shipyard managed the impossible: they surpassed owners’ requirements of safety, comfort and interior design, making this vessel as close to perfection as it gets.
The Mangusta 132 will carry anyone in luxury, speed and true Italian style. The yacht was meant to allow passengers to spend quality time together, whether it was inside the cabin or outside, close to the ocean. As a result, exterior spaces look simple and uninterrupted, with different areas available for guests to socialize or enjoy some good rest and relaxation.
The yacht’s professional crew of 6 will make sure you love every moment on this beauty, whether you’re chilling out on the aft deck, sun deck or foredeck. For example, the aft deck features a nice sun pad which includes a large Jacuzzi, alongside an 8-seating breakfast table and a comfortable L-shaped lounge sounds ideal for late afternoon lounging.
The sun deck features a stretched flybridge that consists of a bar area, two forward sun bathing settees and a smaller dining area. In the same time, passengers can also enjoy a well-designed raised platform on the foredeck, which adds to Mangusta 132’s charm and makes guests feel at home.
Natural light was one of the owner’s main requirements, which is why the main salon features full height glazed windows that also allow guests to enjoy stunning views of the high seas right from the comfort of the large dinning and lounge areas.
The lower deck is where guests may find their well-appointed cabins. The VIP cabin was placed in the bow section, while a double and a twin cabin on either side of the corridor, providing sleeping quarters for eight guests in total. There’s also a small study, an en suite cabin and various more to be impressed by. This includes the Crema Luna marble inserts in the master bathroom, walnut cabinetry and the vessel’s massive engines.
The Mangusta 132 has been equipped with MTU and Rolls Royce/Kamewa’s latest generation technology, specifically three MTU 16V 2000 series engines and two Kamewa waterjets. As a result, the yacht will reach a top speed of 34 knots. Pretty impressive, even for a sporty yacht.