It has been a very successful start to the 2012/2013 nautical year for the well known Italian shipyard, Overmarine Group. The company has recently sold 3 luxury vessels: the eighth 50-metre motor yacht Mangusta 165 as well as two brand new Mangusta 94 superyachts.
Despite the anything but easy period for the world economy, over the past two years the Overmarine Group has done a considerable amount in terms of investments: researching and designing new technologies; studying on-board volumes in order to achieve maximum comfort; building a new shipyard in Pisa for producing steel and aluminium yachts; new projects, including those for displacement yachts; new professional figures in order to guarantee further growth, also from the organisational point of view; new commercial relations which have opened up strategic markets; and strengthening the Mangusta brand.
“The results of these investments were not slow in coming either,” declares Francesco Frediani, Group Commercial Director, proudly, and rightly so. “The sale of these 3 maxi opens confirms the strong presence and success of the Mangusta brand on the world panorama of luxury yachts.”
The following yachts have been sold: Mangusta 165#8, Mangusta 94#1 and Mangusta 94#2.
Five years after first being presented and 3 months after delivery of superyacht Mangusta 165 hull no. 7, premièred to the world at the Fort Lauderdale boat show, the sale of the eighth Mangusta 165 yacht confirms that this Overmarine Group model is hugely successful.
Able to reach a speed of 40 knots, luxury yacht Mangusta 165 is the fastest fibreglass Maxi Yacht Open ever to be built. Pure lines and a sporty profile enclosed in a smart white hull, she is the highest expression of the Mangusta style, and knows no rivals in terms of comfort, either: her interiors volumes can be compared to those of a three deck yacht of the same size, something entirely unimaginable from the outside due to her sporty lines.
Although she was created as a natural evolution of Mangusta 92 (an example can be motor yacht Illusion) and is just under 30 metres in length, thus complying perfectly with the mooring requirements of European marinas, superyacht Mangusta 94 is a completely new model.
The new features of the Mangusta 94 yacht include a sundeck and a completely refurbished bow cockpit, with a dining area that, besides the sundeck, includes a divan and table. Primary importance has been given to natural light thanks to the 4 ceiling skylights of the main salon and the large window on the bulkwarks (Master’s cabin), where there are also two portholes which can be opened.
This side glazing will become a distinctive feature of all future Mangusta models.
The sale of an impressive two units of a new model in such a short time shows that the shipyard’s ability to innovate, anticipating market demand and creating products that correspond perfectly to owners’ wishes is a guarantee of both quality and success.
Below is a gallery for the beautiful charter yachts constructed by Overmarine.
Overmarine Charter Yacht Images
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