At 33.3 metres in length, it's the smallest in Mangusta's series of sporty, fast displacement yachts. Hull number one was started on speculation and officially launched in July of this year.
Featuring exterior and interior design by Alberto Mancini, the Gransport 33 sports “classic design, essential lines and a good balance between interior and exterior spaces,” the yard previously said. The concept for the model was first revealed by the yard at the Miami Yacht Show in February 2019.
The 228GT interior was penned by Mancini in collaboration with Overmarine Group’s interiors department and the owner. The result is “a stylish but also extremely functional yacht,” the yard said, “just what her American owner had asked for.”
Key features on the main deck include a large cockpit and dining table with an interior saloon adjacent to the galley. Forward of the main deck is the 40 square metre master cabin. The rest of the guest accommodation, comprising four cabins, is located on the lower deck.
Elsewhere, the yacht features a 56 square metre enclosed flybridge with an outdoor area equipped with a Jacuzzi and bar. At the bow, there is a pool, sunbathing area, sofa and table.
The yacht is equipped with a 28 square metre garage large enough to swallow a 5.65 metre tender along with water skiing gear.
Four Volvo IPS engines provide a top speed of 26 knots while the yacht’s shallow draft of 1.9 metres allows her to cruise comfortably in the Bahamas.
The first model was sold to an American client.