Italian builder Mangusta Yachts has launched the fifth hull in its 31.8-metre, entry-level series the Mangusta 104 REV.
The yacht is characterised by sporty, slender lines, a spacious bow and wide glass surfaces, courtesy of the shipyard's in-house team and Lobanov Design.
Built in composite at Mangusta Yachts' Viareggio site, this hull is fitted with two Kamewa waterjets coupled with twin MTU engines. This will allow her to reach an impressive top speed of 35 knots "in the utmost comfort and without the slightest vibrations", according to a spokesperson for the yard. She also has a high cruising speed of 30 knots and a range of 320 nautical miles.
“The Mangusta 104REV has rapidly become a Miami-Vice craft, a true design and lifestyle icon offering the opportunity to swiftly move from one marina to the next. Not to mention her limited draught, which makes her ideal to cruise in shallow waters", said Mangusta Americas' president Stefano Arlunno. “This unit is the fourth built for the American market, bearing witness to this model’s great success".
This news comes at an incredibly busy time for the Italian shipyard, with fourteen yachts currently under construction, according to BOATPro. The fourth hull in this series will be available for viewing at the Cannes Yachting Festival this year, alongside a Mangusta GranSport 33.Read More/On board the first 32m Mangusta 104 REV sports yacht