Mangusta’s fourth maxi open 110 in the series is now in the water. The superyacht has two MTU 16V2000 M96L 2600 HP engines which push her over 33 knots.
Thanks to waterjet propulsion, this model will move over the water, with no vibrations or noise. The presence of a gyroscopic stabilization system allows to reduce pitch and roll, thereby optimizing comfort both at anchor and when cruising, in stormy waters too.
Other distinctive characteristics include large onboard volume, the great comfort ensured by the open areas, and a balance between indoor and outdoor spaces.
This is a yacht that was designed to express the comfort and luxury the owner had in mind for guests: taking them from one place to another in a few hours, the Mangusta 110 allows them to discover new landscapes every day and to enjoy a large number of areas for socialisation, but also others offering unparalleled privacy, both inside and al fresco. At the same time, the Mangusta 110 can cruise at low speed in fuel-efficiency mode, always in the utmost comfort thanks to gyro stabilizers.
The limited draft, just 1.70 metres, allows cruising also in shallow waters. The yacht can be easily maneuvered using the joystick and is equipped with a dynamic positioning system that allows the vessel to remain in a specific GPS position without being affected by the tide, the wind or the current. Great attention has also been devoted to the environment, with the use of last-generation low-emissions engines.
Upon request of the client, interior design was entrusted to Netherlands-based designer Piet Boon who, in cooperation with the Shipyard’s in-house Design & Decoration Office has built a fully-custom yacht that meets her owner’s stylistic choices and onboard lifestyle needs.