The design brief for the Overmarine Group Mangusta 110 (786.440.3434, www.overmarine.it) dictated that the yacht retain the sporty style of the Mangusta line while incorporating an unusually large amount of living space for a yacht of this size. Accordingly, Stefano Righini’s design includes a flybridge sundeck that is integrated into the yacht’s streamlined profile and offers 237 square feet of private sunning, lounging, and dining space. The flybridge also can house a second helm station. The main deck includes a large space aft with a spa tub that converts to a sun pad, and a forward entertainment area with sun pads, a table, and seating. Stairs from the aft deck lead down to the water-level beach deck and tender garage.
Hull No. 1 in the 110 line features backlit stone paneling flanked by iguana-leather tiles in the saloon’s main entrance. Walnut bulkheads and oak flooring complement Moretto leather throughout the rest of the interior, which receives plenty of natural light from four skylights and large side windows that are laminated to keep the interiors cool and air-conditioning costs down. The yacht accommodates as many as nine guests in four en suite staterooms that feature contemporary styling.
Two MTU 16V 2000 M94 engines and Rolls-Royce Kamewa water jets propel the 110 to a top speed of 33 knots. Seakeeper gyroscopic stabilizers provide stability when the yacht is zipping along at full speed and minimize roll during navigation and at anchor.
The price for a Mangusta 110 with a complete set of options is about $15.9 million.