With exterior styling and interior design by Stefano Righini, and built in GRP by Italian yard Overmarine to ABS class, Samhan is the second hull in the Mangusta 165 series and was delivered in 2007. Key features in the custom-built interior include five en suite double cabins to accommodate up to ten guests, with the master suite spanning the full 9.2 metre beam of the lower deck. Five crew cabins provide additional accommodation aft.
The spacious saloon benefits from ample large windows, and is fitted with comfortable seating, a drinks fridge, ice maker and a state-of-the-art entertainment centre featuring a 52-inch Sharp television and a Kaleidescape server delivering on demand video and audio. A special feature, located forward of the lower deck, is a unique cinema room with a 4K screen, big enough to accommodate all guests for cosy movie evenings.
The aft deck is vast with upholstered seating for guests, tables for outdoor dining and a 52-inch Sharp television screen providing entertainment plus a hydraulic roller canopy. The foredeck also hosts a large socialising area, with in-built seating surrounding a table overlooking the bow.
Additional al fresco enjoyment is available on the sun deck with a fridge, ice maker and a dumb waiter to the galley delivering gourmet meals on command.
Her top speed is 38 knots and she boasts a maximum cruising range of 600 nautical miles at 30 knots with power coming from three 4,556.0hp MTU 16V4000M93 diesel engines linked to KaMeWa waterjets.
Samhan was asking $11,500,000.