Second Mangusta 110 hull sold and renamed Iary

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Second Mangusta 110 hull sold and renamed Iary

11 May 2022• Written by Holly Overton

The second hull in the Mangusta 110 series has been sold with Pierre Vezilier at IYC introducing the buyer and Overmarine assisting the sale. 

Now renamed Iary, the 33.7 metre motor yacht was delivered by Italian shipyard Overmarine in 2015 sporting a slender exterior courtesy of designer Stefano Righini. 

Iary was asking €6,500,000

The Mangusta 110 is an evolution of the Mangusta 108 and is defined by a spacious flybridge that houses a second helm station. She was built with a GRP hull and superstructure while a shallow draft of 1.7 metres makes her well suited for cruising close to the shoreline.

Iary can sleep up to eight guests and four crew on board with accommodation laid out as an owner's suite, VIP cabin, and guest cabin with a convertible media room. Other highlights include a vast sun lounge on the foredeck with oversized sunpads and a forward-facing U-shaped sofa.

Power comes from twin MTU diesel engines delivering a top speed of 33 knots and a cruising speed of 31 knots.

Iary was asking €6,500,000. She will now be available to charter in the Mediterranean with IYC.

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