The Mangusta GranSport 48 retain the importance of enjoying open spaces. The interior of this super yacht blends with the exteriors by means of large glazed surfaces in a concept of fluidness and continuity which characterises the entire vessel. The yacht is the first model to use a fast-displacement hull. As such, it still reach a good top speed with twin MTUs, it can achieve a maximum speed of 26 knots.
The Mangusta GranSport 48 (above) preserves the Mangusta themes of open spaces and powerful profiles. There is a difference with this 157’7” (48.06-meter) megayacht, though. She’s the first Mangusta—the first Overmarine yacht, period—to employ a fast-displacement hull. As such, she’ll still see a good top speed with twin MTUs, expected to be 26 knots, yet emphasize better fuel consumption. Best range of 3,800 miles should come around 12 knots. Also a first for Mangusta, the Mangusta GranSport 48 features zero-speed stabilizers.
Despite the sporty profile, the new yacht is a raised-pilothouse configuration. And with a beam of 28’9” (8.8 meters), she should make good use space. Large panes of glass to each side will ensure the saloon feels airy. The Mangusta GranSport 48 further has a beach club, flying-bridge dining area (for 10), and hot tub at the bow to entice everyone. Speaking of that hot tub, its bottom is glass, serving as a skylight for the master head below. Light can spill out into the sleeping space, thanks to a glass door between the head and stateroom.