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2001 105' MANGUSTA
Miami, FL.
Contact Randall Burg, 954 870 3667

Recent upgrades include (short list):
New Issenglass
New Hot Tub on aft deck
Both Generators totally rebuilt (removed from the yacht and reinstalled)
New Generator controllers and regulators
New  Bottom paint
New Jet Drive and Bottom Zincs
Bow Thruster serviced
New FUSION AV system
New TV in cockpit
New LED lights replaced all older lights
AC chillers serviced and updated. All lines pressure tested, etc.
Rolls-Royce KaMeWa Jet Drives completely serviced
New Engine Drive-Shaft seals
All interior interior and exterior softgoods cleaned and serviced
New dock boarding ladder
Pasaral boarding ramp/tender davit completely serviced
New Toy Garage paint and new name added
Fire systems checked and tanks recharged
Anchors (2) cleaned and polished
All electrical and plumbing systems serviced and/or replaced as needed

Engine MTU computer boards replaced and software is updated.

New batteries

BIlges scrubbed

Engine room floor plates repainted

Heads serviced

Engine room details and floor plated repainted

Bilges painted

The 2001 105' Overmarine Mangusta  is powered by  twin 2400 hp  MTU V16 diesel engines with only 3100 hrs, giving her a maximum speed of 34 knots and a cruising speed of 30 knots. The motor yacht can accommodate 8 guests in 4 cabins  and Crew of 4.
Exterior design by Stefano Righini.

One glance at the helm console is enough to confirm that this is no ordinary motoryacht—thanks to the various management and override systems built into the Rolls-Royce KaMeWa propulsion electronics there seems to be twice the usual number of screens, dials, gauges, and monitors, and the control units themselves look worryingly unfamiliar.

In fact, taking the helm of this motoryacht is remarkably straightforward. There is a conventional wheel—with one-quarter turn lock to lock, this being a pure fly-by-wire set-up—but the control units are the way to go.

With engines and drives synchronized to one unit, a simple one-handed twisting action steers the boat, and the throttle lever is right at your fingertips. It seems an extraordinary way to exercise control over such a powerful machine, but it works beautifully and takes just a few minutes to get used to. It helps, of course, that the 105 is superbly balanced, equally responsive to both throttle and helm, and for something of this size and displacement, a positive joy to drive.


Minimum planing speed to be a comfortable 20 knots or so. At 25 knots the big Mangusta is relaxed in the cruise mode.

And cruising is what the 105 is all about—with a generous fuel capacity it has nearly a 500NM range at 20 knots and not much less at 25 and a top speed is 34 knots.

The 105 is fitted with an impressive tonnage of entertainment equipment. Quality is exemplary. The insides of lockers and drawers were as beautifully veneered and lacquered as the outsides.

Below decks, the Mangusta 105 has a vast, ten-window owner’s cabin amidships, a VIP suite in the bow, and twin-berth guest en suites to port and starboard. Headroom right through the lower accommodation is an impressive 6'8", and the berths are all full size—even the singles are 30 inches wide. 

It’s a similar story aft where the crew accommodation and galley are roomy and comfortable, with a pair of  (2 cabins) twin-berth en suites and a generous mess. 

Further aft, the engine room also seems huge, even packed with gensets and air conditioning and watermaking equipment—as if the MTU V16s weren’t enough—with good headroom and walkaround space.


A great lower deck, then—but this isn’t the real story of this spectacular yacht. The Mangusta 105 is one of the shipyard’s best sellers, and according to Overmarine a major reason is its main saloon, which is not where you’d expect it to be.

That deck seating area aft of the helm is a comfortable and sociable place to sit and watch the world go by, if that’s what you want to do.


If you need a little family time or want to entertain some business associates, you’ll find the main saloon very  amenable.


Forward of the helm and down five steps, it has windows on three sides and offers plentiful views. 

LOA: 105'
Beam: 21' 6"
Draft: 4' 5"
Material: Fibreglass Hull
Type: Planing, Deep-V with hard chines and flared bow
Displacement: 85 Tons Gross
Tons: 140
Propulsion: Twin diesel jet drives
Power 2-2,400-hp MTU 16V 2000 M93

Standard Equipment

Rolls-Royce KaMeWa electronic steering and engine controls;

2/298 lb. anchors w/ 360' of 14mm chain each

2/3kW Lofrans bow windlasses

2/2kW Lofrans stern windlasses

Twin Disc 350KGF bow thruster

Frigit 155,770-Btu A/C

Electrohydraulic Gangway/ Tender Davit

Garage door

Swim ladder

2-33kW Kohler gensets

How Tub on aft deck

Massive full galley w/ commercial standing and under counter   fridge/Freezers

Salon Refrigerator

Day Head


ATLAS Power management system

Twin Crew cabins

4-guest cabins

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
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