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Demand for the Mangusta 165 REV maxi-open superyacht increases

Interest in the Mangusta 165 REV, a 50-meter flagship model from Mangusta’s highly popular maxi-open series, continues to grow as the second unit sells. The largest sister of the Mangusta 104 REV, the 165 REV features a revolutionary design for the Overmarine Group brand. Developed together by Overmarine’s Engineering Department, led by engineer Nicola Onori and renowned designer Igor Lobanov, she builds on the success of the former Mangusta 165, one of the yard’s best-selling models with 12 units delivered since 2007. 

Offering several new changes to her layout and design, the new 165 REV combines the best of the brand’s DNA with advanced technology and high performance. First launched this July at the yard’s facility in Viareggio, Italy, the updated model caught industry attention worldwide. Her sleek, dynamic lines and aggressive profile with the rounded, curved forms that the shipyard is known for were inspired by iconic sports cars from the 1930s. Made from composite, one of the main focal points of the 165 REV, just like all of the maxi-open yachts from Mangusta, is her impressive onboard volumes and the seamless connection between the interior and exterior spaces.

However, one of the most notable features of the 165 REV is her considerate beach club that is concealed behind an aft door that opens like the roof of a convertible sports car. Designed as a fully-equipped waterfront lounge overlooking the water, the 36-square-meter space provides plenty of room for leisure and adventure. The side garage can accommodate a tender next to two jet skis and other water toys, ensuring future owners have all they need for a day of fun on the open waters. Another area ideal for entertaining and leisure is the sundeck. Featuring a large open space with sofas and a bar amidship, there is room for a spa pool. 

For those looking to relax in privacy, her 60-square-meter forward main deck offers sufficient room for sunbathing and can even house an infinity pool if desired. Her interiors, the work of Milan-based architecture firm M2 atelier, include contemporary solutions aimed at making the most of natural light. For example, the floor-to-ceiling windows of the main salon minimize the division between interiors and exteriors while creating a welcoming atmosphere. An open space that encompasses a dining area with a bar and lounge area, the side foldable terraces, integrated into the yacht profile, opens up to breathtaking views, ensuring this main social space provides the owners and guests with a uniquely immersive experience. 

Another key feature is located on the main deck: the 92 square meter owner suite, an open-space loft that spans two levels, and elongated floor-to-ceiling windows. With a full-beam bathroom, lounge space, and office space, owners will love the stunning 360-degree views. The lower deck is dedicated to guest accommodations and is available in a customizable layout of up to five cabins. This can include four ensuite guest cabins and an ensuite VIP cabin for ten guests or four ensuite cabins and a gym or media space. Powered by four MTU diesel engines, she has a top speed of 34 knots, and a cruising speed is 30 knots. 

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