Here’s hull number one of the Mangusta 132. The megayacht emerged from her build shed on May 12. She’s the fourth new Mangusta model in two years from Overmarine Group.
The same sleek, sporty lines that characterize the entire Mangusta maxi-yacht lineup are embodied by the Mangusta 132. Her owner is a previous customer, so he was naturally drawn to the styling and spirited performance. Overmarine Group expects sea trials to confirm a top speed around 36 knots.
The Italian yard has been modifying its models in recent years to keep up with emerging design trends, and the Mangusta 132 reflects a few of them. First is the single large port to each side of the main deck. Previously aboard Mangustas, and aboard some of its competitors, there were two or three ports split along the length. Another modification is the inclusion of a flying bridge. Most maxis doesn’t feature them. You might not even realize the Mangusta 132 has a usable upper deck unless you saw someone standing up there. The owner of hull number one has it devoted entirely to sunning and relaxing. Overmarine Group makes it alternately available with a second helm station. Also devoted to sunning and relaxing: the foredeck seating area. The feature debuted on the Mangusta 165 in 2011 and has been in demand and therefore incorporated on additional models since then.
While we do know that the owner of this megayacht opted for the four-stateroom layout below decks rather than the five-cabin configuration, we do not have details on the woods or other luxe materials used. Regardless, there is a second saloon/entertainment area below, replacing the fifth stateroom.
You can see the Mangusta 132 at the Monaco Yacht Show this September.