BY APB Staff on 17 Feb 2019

Construction of the first hull of this new entry-level model designed by Alberto Mancini has begun, with delivery expected in 2020

Mangusta Yachts’ new GranSport 33 was presented at the brand’s new showroom in Miami Beach on February 13. Construction of the first hull has just begun, with delivery expected in 2020.

Designed by Overmarine Group, the Mangusta GranSport line combines style with technical solutions, timeless elegance with minimalist design, sporty features with comfort and outstanding performance with maximum efficiency.

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Thanks to the use of cutting-edge technology, the Mangusta GranSport fleet can deliver a very long range at cruising speed as well as very high-speed performances, always ensuring maximum onboard comfort – a key feature that makes this line truly versatile and allows the owner total freedom and flexibility in time management.

This new entry level model in the GranSport line shares with its larger compatriots a flawless blend of stylish design and state-of-the-art technology.

From the outset, designer Alberto Mancini was asked to work on a new model that would feature an elegant profile and a strong personality, featuring sleek lines, minimalism and a perfect balance between exteriors and interiors – the latter being the very essence of Mangusta’s DNA. The outcome is a project where exterior and interior areas share the same harmonised design style and express Mangusta Yachts’ distinctive Mediterranean lifestyle to the fullest.

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The master stateroom is located on the main deck, a key choice allowing the owner to enjoy spacious volumes, unmatched privacy and incredible brightness.

The main deck also includes a spacious salon where plenty of natural light shines through several ceiling-high windows, two of which can be opened to  ensure natural air circulation. The galley, adjacent to the salon, allows the crew to serve guests easily and efficiently. The lower deck hosts four comfortable guest cabins, for which several configurations are available.

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Outside, a wide and fully-equipped cockpit welcomes guests as they step onboard. The wide flybridge features a sunbathing area, a bar and a living area, allowing the owners and their guests to relax while enjoying the utmost privacy and total freedom of movement. Another lounge area furnished with a sofa and a table to dine al fresco is located forward, where a large sunbathing area with Jacuzzi tub can also be found.

Alberto Mancini’s interpretation of interiors is the embodiment of Italian style, perfectly matching the yacht’s exterior lines. Overmarine Group strives to always consider the owners’ ideas and proposals, and works jointly with them to achieve maximum customisation of both the layout and décor.

The Mangusta GranSport 33 is powered by an innovative propulsion system: four Volvo Penta D13 1000 IB 735kW engines (~1000HP) at 2400rpm, coupled with four Volvo Penta IPS pods mod. 1350. The propulsion selected for this model ensures incredibly low vibrations and noise, resulting in unmatched comfort. Thanks to the impressive efficiency of this system across the entire speed range, the Mangusta GranSport 33’s performances go hand-in-hand with optimised consumption up to a maximum speed of 26 knots. At the same time, full compliance is ensured with the strictest IMO Tier III and EPA Tier 3 emission standards.

The yacht’s compact four-engine configuration also results in a smaller engine room, thereby increasing the space available for the owners and their guests. Onboard systems ensure great maneuverability during mooring operations, thanks to the “Joystick Docking” system and dynamic positioning, a function that allows the yacht to maintain any pre-set position. These solutions make the Mangusta GranSport 33 an extremely user-friendly craft even for non-professional users.

Onboard comfort is excellent at all speeds and when the yacht is at anchor, thanks to a sophisticated “Humphree” integrated system consisting of four fin stabilisers that are electronically integrated with the “active Interceptors” installed on the transom.

Thanks to her low draft of 1.9 m (6.23 ft), allowing her to easily cruise in very shallow waters, this yacht is ideal to enjoy destinations like the Bahamas during the winter season, or the Hamptons in the summer.