Sixth Mangusta 104 REV hits water

Italian Overmarine Group that builds yachts under Mangusta brand has completed work on another hull of their entry-level, but ever-popular model
March 25 2024 • by Olga Selezneva 4 minutes to read
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The Mangusta 104 REV model was introduced in 2021

The 31.80 m Mangusta 104 REV belongs to the Maxi Open line

This performance yacht with a composite hull is powerd by twin Rolls Royce MTU engines of 2600 hp each with Kamewa waterjets and is capable of reaching a top speed of 35 knots. At a cruising speed of 25 knots the Mangusta 104 REV has a range of 370 nautical miles. Both the exterior and interior design of the model were developed by Overmarine Group in collaboration with Igor Lobanov (Lobanov Design). 

The Mangusta 104 REV model was introduced in 2021
The Mangusta 104 REV model was introduced in 2021

There are three large open recreation areas on board: a sportbridge, a foredeck and an aft cockpit. The Mangusta 104 REV can accommodate up to 10 guests in four cabins and a crew of four. The delivery of the yacht to the owner is scheduled for April 2024. 

104 REV
91/100
Shipyard
Mangusta
Premiere
2021
Length
31.8 m
Guests
10

 

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