CRAZY Mangusta (Overmarine)

Fast 40m superyacht with on deck Jacuzzi and modern design

CRAZY Mangusta (Overmarine)

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Superyacht CRAZY (ex MO MO) is a fast and modern motor yacht offering modern amenities and accommodation for up to ten guests over a five-cabin layout. She was built in 2014 by Mangusta of Overmarine Group, refitted in 2019 and a professional crew of 6 on board.

NOTABLE FEATURES OF CRAZY: ~Refitted in 2019 ~Approved RYA Water Sports Centre ~Main deck Jacuzzi ~Fantastic top speed of 41 knots ~Close beach access using shallow draft of 1.3m/4.5ft ~Choice selection of water toys ~Air conditioning ~Wi-Fi


The lower deck swim platform is connected to the main deck aft via two sweeping stairways, and the main deck cockpit is furnished with a broad sunbed backed by a sofa along the stern and a chaise-lounger in both corners beside the glass sliding doors to the interiors. Foot stools double as drinks tables and the spotlights in the ceiling above ensure that the area can be used night or day.

The foredeck also has a C-shaped sofa around a table that can be elevated as needed for alfresco dining or time spent on pastimes while taking in the uninterrupted views. Farther forward, there is another wide sunbed covering the bow.


The lower deck hosts the guest and crew accommodation, with room in the stern for storing water toys.

CRAZY Specifications

Type/Year:Mangusta (Overmarine)/2014 
Beam:7.76m (25' 6") 
L.O.A.:39.63m (130') 
Max Speed:41 knots 
Engines:2 x MTU M93L 16V4000 
Cruise Speed:30 knots 

On the main deck, the helm controls are placed forward with the lounge behind creating a symmetrical setting with a C-shaped sofa and coffee table on both sides of the room. Aft to port there is an elegant formal dining table with a gloss top, and white padded seating to serve up to eight guests. Opposite there is a bar ideally placed to serve guests seated inside and out.

A pair of MTU M93L 16V 4000 engines producing 4,600 HP each create an impressive top speed of 41 knots with a fast cruising speed of 30 knots for zipping between close destinations.

Yacht Accommodation

The accommodation sleeps a maximum of 10 guests over 5 en-suite staterooms: 1 Master suite, 3 double cabins and 1 twin cabin. The crew accommodation provides for 6. ~ The Master suite features a desk and TV opposite the king-sized bed, plus a sofa beneath one of the large windows. There is an entrance into the en-suite bathroom on one side of the bed and the opposite side has an entrance into the private office. ~ The double cabins each have a large wardrobe as well as TV entertainment and an en-suite bathroom. The twin cabin also has TV entertainment and an en-suite bathroom.

Amenities and Extras

We do have available further amenity, owner and price information for the 39.63m (130') yacht CRAZY, so please enquire for more information.

CRAZY Disclaimer:

The luxury yacht CRAZY displayed on this page is merely informational and she is not necessarily available for yacht charter or for sale, nor is she represented or marketed in anyway by CharterWorld. This web page and the superyacht information contained herein is not contractual. All yacht specifications and informations are displayed in good faith but CharterWorld does not warrant or assume any legal liability or responsibility for the current accuracy, completeness, validity, or usefulness of any superyacht information and/or images displayed. All boat information is subject to change without prior notice and may not be current.

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"From designing to construction of the mould and relative laminating in composite materials, to cutting of the metal sheets, to the final outfitting, including on-board electronics and on-board plant design, all processes are carried out by the Group. 100% made in Italy and absolute quality. The Group is based in Tuscany, Italy, with various production facilities in the areas of Viareggio, Massa and Pisa.: - Mangusta Yachts from Overmarine

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