The very first Mangusta 94 superyacht is nearing delivery whilst the second one has just been launched.
Based on the Mangusta 92, the Mangusta 94 is not only a little bit longer, at 28.72 meters, she also features a flybridge and almost all of the space up on deck is taken up by an oversized sunpad. Another difference is that the larger of the two has a bow cockpit to complement the sunning area, making it perfect for dining and entertaining with a nice private spot to enjoy the view.
Apart from these differences the Mangusta 94 doesn’t differ too much from her smaller sister, having pretty much the same specifications. Her beam is 6.6 meters, draft is 1.6 meters and fuel capacity is 8,800 liters. Twin 2,600hp MTU engines coupled with KaMeWa waterjets provide a top speed at half load of 38 knots.
Though many Mangusta buyers prefer to harbor hop and so aren’t too bothered about having a long range, the reported 300 nautical miles at her cruising speed will be plenty to get you where you want to go.
Inside, the main deck is lovely and open, from the aft deck doors through to the triple-seat helm. Four skylights in the saloon provide a light and airy atmosphere and large ports below deck in the full-beam owner’s suite ensure it is nice and bright.
In addition to a main-deck saloon, the Mangusta 94 also has a TV/movie lounge below deck, opposite a twin stateroom. She also features a VIP suite, and her captain and crew have cabins aft, just forward of the engine room.
The Mangusta 94 range are fantastic luxury yachts, perfect for chartering. Keep an eye out for them in the yacht charter fleet in the future.
Though many Mangusta buyers prefer to harbor hop and so aren’t too bothered about having long range, the reported 300 nautical miles at her cruising speed will be plenty to get you where you want to go.