Built by Overmarine Group, the Mangusta 110 was introduced in 2013. She’s an evolution of the Mangusta 94, the first model with a flying bridge. The Mangusta 110 also has a flying bridge, with plentiful relaxation spaces and an optional helm. The difference is that the 110 was the first designed from the hull up to have this flying bridge. As a result, there are subtle stylistic differences and additional creature comforts.
One such difference is a foredeck cockpit. Most maxis feature huge sunpads up here—something many previous Mangustas did, too. The Mangusta 110 has a dedicated seating/dining area, along with a commodious sunpad. It’s akin to the setup on the Mangusta 165. Wisely, it’s centered on the foredeck, so that crewmembers can still go about their line-handling duties.
Since all Mangustas emphasize speed, the Mangusta 110 does as well. Twin 2,600-hp MTUs coupled to KaMeWa waterjets should permit a 33-knot top end. Overmarine Group pledges low sound levels and no vibration at this speed, too. Since some buyers don’t want to go full throttle full time, the Mangusta 110 offers a 350-nautical-mile range at 10 knots.
There’s no word on how the owners of this second Mangusta 110 will outfit the interior. However, Overmarine Group offers the ability to have four staterooms below decks. This permits nine people in the owner’s party to be accommodated. You can also replace one stateroom with a gym, office, or media room. The main deck is traditionally wide open from the triple-seat helm to the aft-deck doors. This maximizes the feel of the 23’6” (7.18-meter) beam.