Built by Italian yard Overmarine Group in GRP to Bureau Veritas class and MCA compliant, Awesome was delivered in 2005 as a Mangusta 130 model with a head-turning metallic silver paint job. In common with all Mangusta yachts, she boasts sleek and sporty lines while twin MTU 16V 4000 M90 engines linked to water jet drives give her a cruising speed of 31 knots and a top speed of 35 knots.
The main deck features an elegant, spacious saloon and dining area with large windows offering panoramic views and the central section of the roof can be opened to bring in even more light and fresh air. There is a bar to port and comfortable couches to starboard. An access stairway to port forward of the bar leads to the crew quarters and galley. The home theatre television is positioned in the furniture separating the living area and dining area, rising on a lift. The dining area, with a table that seats 10 guests, is situated between the living area and the bridge.
On the lower deck, accommodation is for eight guests in four cabins including a full beam master suite astern, and there is a VIP suite which is almost a second master cabin, plus two spacious guest cabins, all with satellite televisions and full en suite facilities. Outdoor areas at the bow and stern allow guests to enjoy the full al fresco experience.
Lying in La Spezia, Italy, Awesome was asking €6.9 million