The 40m motoryacht touched the water on February 14, in Viareggio, Italy.

Italian shipyard Overmarine has launched the second unit of the Mangusta 132 series. The 40m motoryacht touched the water on February 14, in Viareggio. The yacht is sold and due for delivery in two months’ time.

This Mangusta 132 is equipped with gyroscopic stabilisers and the builder claims that the range of uses for which this yacht can comfortably be utilized has been strongly increased.

“It is now possible to cruise at a displacement speed, during transfers for example, of 12-15 nautical miles, without any rolling. Consumption has also been considerably reduced thanks to the new generation driving package combined with the evolution of the lines of the hull,” the shipyard says in a statement.

The yacht’s external profile is that of tradition, with elegant, timeless design and racy, sporty lines. Overmarine says the latest aesthetic and structural changes of the new models have seamlessly been integrated.

“Firstly, the new generation of glazing, a single pane of glass at the height of the salon which offers excellent visibility from inside and lets in copious amounts of natural light. Secondly, the presence of a spacious flybridge featuring a dynamic, modern line, with aesthetic rear grills, which can also be fitted with a second helm,” reads a statement.

Isabella Picco, chief communication officer of the Overmarine Group, told Superyacht Business that work progresses well on five other projects already sold and due for delivery this year and 2018. These include the Mangusta 165.11 due for delivery end of February and the Mangusta 165.12, which is scheduled for launch on April 6, 2017.

Also nearing completion is the Mangusta Oceano 42.02, and the Mangusta Oceano 46, to be launched in the summer and autumn this year, respectively. The Mangusta GranSport 54.01 is scheduled for launch in 2018.