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1998 105' Mangusta

Dual 2100hp MTU Diesels w/ 700hrs on Rebuilt engines,

Straight Shaft Drives, Hot Tub , 4-Staterooms, Huge Salon, New Electronics, New AV system, New Teak Decks, New Cushions, New Bottom Paint

Located Puerto Rico

Asking $1,200,000

Contact Randall Burg, 954 870 3667



This Mangusta 105' has been fully refit and is in great condition. She is not jet drive like most Mangusta's which make finding a qualified captain even easier! Located in Puerto Rico, just a short 2.5 hour flight from Miami and is easy to bring back to Florida or where ever your yachting may take you.

Key Features
- MTU Engines Rebuilt
- Shaft Drive
- New Hot Tub on Aft
- New Teak Deck
- All New Garmin Screens and Electronics
- New Stereo System (Cost Over $50,000)
- New Exterior Cushions
- New Headliners
- New Miele Smart Washer
- Bottom Job


Make: Mangusta

Model: 105

Year: 1998

Condition: Used

Construction: Fiberglass


Length: 105 ft

Length Overall: 103 ft

Beam: 22'8 ft

Max Draft: 4'3 ft

Cabins Count: 4 Plus Crew Quarters

Engine #1 Specs:

  • Make: MTU

  • Model: 12-V 396TE 94

  • Drive Type: Direct

  • Fuel: Diesel

  • Engine Power: 2,100hp

  • Type: Inboard

  • Year: 1998

  • Engine Hours: 720

Engine #2 Specs:

  • Make: MTU

  • Model: 12-V 396TE 94

  • Drive Type: Direct

  • Fuel: Diesel

  • Engine Power: 2,100hp

  • Type: Inboard

  • Engine Hours: 720

Total Engine Power: 4,200hp

Cruising Speed: 22 kn


Heads: 5

Drive Type: Direct


Electronic & Navigation Equipment (ALL NEW 2021)

  • Garmin Displays (3)

  • Garmin GHS20 VHF

  • Bow Thruster

  • Hailer

  • Garmin Auto Pilot

  • Garmin Digital Log/Depth

  • Garmin Digital Compass

  • Magnetic Compass

  • Search Light

  • Garmin Radar System

  • Two MTU Displays and Control Panels

  • Garmin Wind Display

  • Two Garmin data display

  • Garmin Depth

  • FLIR Night Vision

  • Active Captain System

Galley Equipment

  • Icemaker

  • Frigit Refrigerator / Freezer

  • Microwave Oven

  • Miele 5 Burner Electric Stove 

  • AEG Oven 

  • Garbage Disposal 

  • Wine Cooler

  • Viva Dish Washer 

  • Miele Smart Washer

Entertainment Electronics

  • Samsung TV (VIP room)

  • Phillips DVD (VIP room)

  • Samsung TV (Both Guest Cabins)

  • Sony TV (Master Cabin)

  • Marantz Music System

  • Samsung TV (Salon)

  • Play Station PS5

  • Xbox Series X

  • Intercom System

  • Sat TV Antenna (2)

  • Wifi System with 100mgb Capacity

  • Sat TV System

  • Fusion MS-NRX200i Music System Controller

  • Fusion MS-IP700i (Wet Bar Area)


 1998: The 105 has two 2,100-horsepower MTU V12s to drive them.


As a long, lean, V-bottom hull—deadrise at the transom is 15.5 degrees—it does have a significant planning hump to get over, and you need to be bold on the throttles to power through the transition. Once up and running the planning speed is a comfortable 20 knots. At 25 knots the big Mangusta are relaxed at this cruise speed. 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 you can expect 35 knots with a clean bottom.

Quality was exemplary, even in hidden corners. The insides of lockers and drawers were as beautifully veneered and lacquered as the outsides.

Below decks, the Mangusta 105 has a fairly conventional layout, with 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 twin-berth en suites and a generous mess. Further aft, the engine room also seems huge, even packed with gensets and air conditioning and water making equipment—as if the MTU V12s weren’t enough—with good headroom and walk around 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.


The 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. But if you need a little family time or want to entertain some business associates, you’ll find the main saloon much more amenable.


Forward of the helm and down five steps, it has windows on three sides and offers plentiful views. And it cannot be seen from the stern—so even moored to the quay you can enjoy your yacht in privacy

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