Just a few weeks after unit #8 hit the water, Overmarine Group is announcing the launch of the ninth Mangusta GranSport 33 - the entry level of the Mangusta GranSport line -, testifying to the great success of this model.

The fruitful cooperation between designer Alberto Mancini and Overmarine Group's technical departments has made possible to draw modern lines capturing all of the Mangusta family feeling into a 33-metre yacht that blends together outstanding performances, long range, and generous interiors and exterior spaces.

Huge volumes, a constant visual contact with the sea, spacious outdoor areas, and an impressive maximum speed of 25 knots are the core elements making the Mangusta GranSport 33 the ideal yacht for cruising in unmatched comfort.

The vessel mounts four Volvo Penta 735 kW (1,000 HP) engines and pod IPS - a propulsion system that delivers comfort, reduced consumption and outstanding maneuvrability.

Large interior volumes, wide windows in every room, and pleasant outdoor areas characterise a yacht that is just ideal for the Owner and their guests to enjoy both the pleasure of relaxing at anchor and the thrill of cruising.

The 40 sq. m. (435 sq./ft.) master stateroom is located on the main deck and has huge glazed walls designed to ensure a constant visual contact with the sea as well as the utmost privacy. Four more cabins - two large VIP and two guest cabins - can be found on the lower deck.

The generous sun deck (56 sq.m./600 sq./ft.) is connected to the forward area, which hosts a wonderful infinity pool and a sunbathing area. The Mangusta GranSport 33 also offers an aft

platform fitted with an automated ladder, a shower integrated in the garage door, and plenty of space to relax by the water.

The ninth unit of the Mangusta GranSport 33 line was built for a European Owner and will be cruising the Mediterranean sea.

This sale was secured jointly by Floating Life and Mangusta Sales Manager Nicolò Strocco.

The next vessel available for sale is now hull#12, with delivery expected in summer 2025.