Browse our selection of some of the finest Mangusta (Overmarine) yachts for charter on the market today.
Italian shipyard Mangusta is known for building muscular, powerful yachts that combine thrilling sport performance with streamlined Italian style. Launched by the Balducci family in 1985, Mangusta is still family owned and operated today as part of the Overmarine Group, with its headquarters in Viareggio, Italy. Mangusta was named after the mongoose — fast, agile, and whip-smart. Balducci set out to do things differently at Mangusta, and the brand continues to evolve with the market. Today, Mangusta has three ranges in its fleet: Mangusta Maxi Opens (30m-50m), the Mangusta Gransport (33m-54m), and the Mangusta Oceano (39m-60m). More than 300 Mangusta yachts have been launched since the company’s inception, and they build in steel, aluminium, and composite.
Mangusta shot to prominence in the 90’s with the iconic Mangusta 80. Up until that moment, ‘open yachts’ had never combined this size, speed and level of luxury, and this bold, perfectly executed power move catapulted Mangusta to become a global yachting name. This launch would begin Mangusta’s Maxi Open era, an incredibly popular line which continues today, culminating in the Maxi Open 165. In 2016, it was time to expand into a different direction, with Mangusta launching its first tri-deck Mangusta Oceano yacht, a full-displacement superyacht with a phenomenal range of 5,000 nm and a top speed of 16 knots. More recently, a new line was launched that bridges the gap between speed and range. The powerful, aggressively styled Mangusta Gransport has transatlantic range of up to 4,200nm and an impressive top speed of 29 knots. Mangustas have a strong, distinctive character to go with their strong, distinctive looks, and include stunning Italian styling and spectacular features such as deck pools and beach clubs.
Mangusta’s shipbuilding enterprise takes place over three Tuscan shipyards, totalling 190,000sqm. The Pisa yard focuses on metal fabrication, with facilities for several motoryachts up to 70m to be built simultaneously, and the Mangusta Oceano and Mangusta Gransport lines are largely built at this location. Viareggio houses the Mangusta headquarters, Creative Department and Technical Department, and this shipyard is mainly dedicated to building Mangusta Maxi Open models. Composite yacht-building facilities are found at Mangusta’s third yard at Massa.