The Fast and Flexible Mangusta 110 Hits Water

Yachts from the Mangusta brand by Italy’s Overmarine Group are typically sleek and speedy and feature an open design, which makes them appealing to owners who desire abundant outdoor space. The yard’s latest model to launch, the Mangusta 110, increases this sense of outdoor space by adding a sundeck that feels like it belongs on a much larger yacht. This deck can also house a second helm station.

Additional noteworthy features aboard the new 110-footer include a foredeck cockpit and a sizable aftdeck hot tub. The forward area—one of three alfresco dining spaces—is perfect for a private lunch at anchor or sunset cocktails. The afterdeck hot tub can be topped by sun pads when not in use, to make an ideal area for lounging. Inside, in traditional Mangusta fashion, owners can arrange the living spaces as they wish. Hull number 1 features a backlit stone wall in the saloon, complementing the brown tones of the leather and wood accents. Large skylights enhance the voluminous feel.

Below deck, three guest staterooms accompany the master suite. Owners can opt for a gym or an office in place of one of the staterooms, helping to give the yacht the flexibility to satisfy a variety of owner preferences. Even with its spacious accommodations, this new model retains the speediness for which the yard is known: The Mangusta 110 reaches a top speed of about 33 knots. (954.925.0056, www.overmarine.com)

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