Designed by Overmarine Group, the Mangusta GranSport line combines style and technical solutions, elegance and minimalism. Thanks to its innovative technologies, it is able to offer the owner a long range at cruising speed and high performances.
Mangusta GranSport 33, the new model in the line, was presented at the Mangusta showroom in Miami.
Created by designer Alberto Mancini, the lines of the Mangusta GranSport 33 are embodied in a boat with an elegant profile. The exterior design communicates with the interiors in the typical style of the GranSport Mangusta line. The owner’s suite is located on the main deck, offering more space and privacy. The deck is completed by a saloon with ceiling-high windows, two of which can be opened, and the galley, adjacent to it. The lower deck houses 4 cabins available in different solutions.
The flybridge accommodates a sunbathing area, a bar area, and a living space. Located forward, there is another area consisting of a lounge with sofa and dining table “al fresco”, with sunbathing area and Jacuzzi pool.
Mancini’s proposal for the interiors is in pure “Italian Style” and in continuity with the external lines.
The Mangusta GranSport 33 is equipped with 4 Volvo Penta D13 1000 IB 735kW (~1000HP) at 2400rpm coupled with 4 Volvo Penta IPS pods mod. 1350. The propulsion system selected for this model guarantees low vibration and silence. The performance of the Mangusta GranSport 33 is optimized in terms of fuel consumption up to a maximum speed of 26 knots, all in accordance with the emission control standards laid down by IMO Tier III and EPA Tier 3 regulations. The compact 4 engine configuration reduces the space required in the engine room, which increases the living area.
Functional features of the system are the mooring maneuverability, facilitated by the “Joystick Docking”, and the dynamic positioning, which allows the boat to remain stationary in one position. When the yacht is at anchor, the stability on board is entrusted to a sophisticated combined “Humphree“ system, consisting of four fin stabilizers managed electronically, with the “Active Interceptors” installed on the transom. The draft, which is only 1.9 m (6.23 ft), makes the boat suitable for shallow water.
Construction on the first model has just begun: it will be ready in 2020.