[dropcap]O[/dropcap]vermarine Group announces the sale of the 45-meter model, known as “Project Amalfi”, in the Mangusta GranSport fast displacement line, a series of stylish yachts combining high speed performances, long range and comfort.
The Owner is a repeat client and has chosen this model, because he perfectly knows that this new yacht too will meet his needs to the fullest, to freely explore, moving quickly from one location to the next, but also enjoying long-range cruises, relying on the outstanding technical features and the transoceanic range to reach remote destinations.
“When a new Customer joins the Mangusta family, he knows he is going to find exactly what he is looking for” comments Mangusta’s Commercial Director Francesco Frediani. “Many of our Owners have kept choosing us over the years, growing alongside us and, more recently, showing great appreciation for our new lines too, as proven by the sale of 10 Mangusta Oceano and Gransport units in only three years since their presentation”.
This Owner fell in love with the Mangusta GranSport 45 for her breathtaking design and versatility. Designed by Alberto Mancini, the yacht features a timeless, contemporary, very Italian style. Design and technology harmoniously combine and integrate to ensure the utmost comfort. The greatest focus is on al fresco areas: a truly distinctive element is the upper deck, where the central lounge opens up both towards the stern and the forward sundeck, through large sliding glazed doors. A Jacuzzi bathtub for up to 7 people stands at the centre of the forward sundeck.
Another noteworthy feature is the aft beach area: moving the garage towards the bow has allowed to create a new living area: two terraces rotate from the side and connect with the central platform, resulting in a 75 sq. m area directly in contact with the sea.
The Mangusta GranSport 45 has an impressive maximum speed of 26 knots, transoceanic range (3,500 miles at 11 knots) and limited draught of 2.2 m (7’ 2”) perfect to cruise in very shallow waters.
Delivery is expected in 2020.