Italian shipbuilder Overmarine has announced the sale of the fifth unit in its 32 metre Mangusta 104 REV series.
The in-build yacht was sold to an American client, introduced to the shipyard by Henry Schonthal of Reel Deal Yachts, and is slated for delivery in summer 2023.
News of the sale comes shortly after the launch of the second unit in the series, while the first hull, named Offline, picked up a Neptune at the 2022 World Superyacht Awards.
Overmarine Group’s Engineering Department and designer Igor Lobanov teamed up to create the yacht's sporty exterior, which features ample outside living space and a “feeling of openness”.
The aft cockpit door opens up to connect the interior with the outdoor area, including an the 29 square metre sundeck with a sofa, barbeque and bar. This overlooks the main aft deck where five-metre tenders are stored, and the open stern with a swim platform.
Sun pads and sofas are arranged at the bow, with walkways connecting guests aft to the foredeck.
Accommodation will be for eight guests, comprising amain deck full-beam master suite and three guest cabins on the lower deck.Read More/On board the first 32m Mangusta 104 REV sports yacht
Speaking on the sale, Stefano Arlunno, president of Mangusta Americas, said: “The Mangusta 104 REV proves to be a widely appreciated model on the American market. It is the perfect model to cruise shallow waters in the Bahamas and Florida thanks to its limited draft.”
Twin MTU 16V2000M96L engines will power her to a top speed of 35 knots, while at Seakeeper gyro stabilisers are set maintain onboard comfort.
There are now currently four sold vessels in the series under construction, with the next available model for sale set for delivery in 2024.