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Overmarine reveals 1930s sports car-inspired Mangusta 165 REV superyacht

1 June 2021 • Written by Miranda Blazeby

The Overmarine Group has revealed the Mangusta 165 REV superyacht, the 50m flagship of the Maxi Open REV series.

Boasting an “aggressive profile” with rounded and curved shapes, the Mangusta 165 REV was developed by Overmarine’s in-house engineering department with designer Igor Lobanov, who previously penned the Mangusta 104 REV.

Inspired by the design of 1930s sports cars, the 165 REV features large onboard volumes, al fresco areas and an uninterrupted connection between interior and exterior areas.

The interior, which is penned by Milan-based studio M2, features “warm colour shades” and “contemporary solutions” to make the most of the natural light, which is a “key element” of the design.

Floor to ceiling windows in the saloon ensure this inside/ outside connection and create a “cosy, sophisticated atmosphere”. Plentiful natural light is also let into the interior by side foldable terraces integrated into the yacht’s profile and three skylights in the main saloon.

Accommodation is for a total of 12 guests across six cabins, comprising the main deck master, which is split across two levels and described as a “real open-space loft”.

The lower deck meanwhile is dedicated to guest accommodation and can be configured to include five cabins or four cabins, a media lounge or a gym.

Elsewhere, the beach club sees the aft door open “like the roof of a convertible sporty car” revealing a 36 sqm fully-equipped lounge on the sea. The side garage can hold a tender and two Jet Skis.

Power will come from four MTU 16V 2000 M96L 2600HP engines for a blistering top speed of 34 knots and range of 650 nautical miles.

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