Eighth unit of the Mangusta GranSport 33 launched: great performance and ample space

The Mangusta GranSport 33 ensures fast navigation (up to 25 knots), while guaranteeing maximum comfort

30 April 2024 | by Redazione

Mangusta Yachts have launched their eighth unit of the Mangusta GranSport 33, entry level for the GranSport range, from their facility in Viareggio. This 33-metre-long vessel is the result of a partnership between designer, Alberto Mancini and the technical department of Overmarine Group, and encompasses all the characteristics of the range, including high-end design, artistry and technological innovation.

The Mangusta GranSport 33 ensures fast navigation up to 25 knots, while guaranteeing a welcoming lifestyle even during the most challenging cruises. The yacht is equipped with 4 Volvo Penta 735kW engines, alongside the same number of IPS 1350 transmission series, with a draught of only 1.9 metres.


In addition to its outstanding performance, the Mangusta GranSport 33 has also been extremely successful thanks to its large interior spaces. The owner’s “on deck” suite, the biggest ever created for this vessel category, covers a surface area of 40m2, while the lower deck has 2 VIP cabins and 2 guest cabins which are also a good size, thanks to the use of the IPS propulsion system which allows for a more compact engine room compared to traditional propulsion.


Like every Mangusta vessel, the interior and exterior create an uninterrupted flow to make for a more pleasant onboard lifestyle. An example is the large 56m2 sun deck, connected to the bow area with its beautiful infinity pool and sun lounge. Even the main deck flows together with the exterior, thanks to the large full height windows, two of which can be opened to let fresh air in as well as an incredible view of the water.

Moving to the stern, the garage has space for a large 5.65 metre tender, 2 jet skis and all the water toys needed to offer fun and entertainment for the passengers. The rear platform can be extended providing additional space for socialising, complete with ladder and a shower integrated into the hold door.



Overall length: 33.3 m

Maximum Draught: 1.9 m

Displacement with full-load: 130 tonnes

Displacement with half-load: 115 tonnes

Gross Tonnage: 230 GT

Tank capacity: 10,500 l

Water tank capacity: 2,000 l

Engines: 4 x Volvo Penta D13, 1000 Hp  2400 rpm (735 kw)

Transmission: 4 pod Volvo Penta IPS 1350

Maximum Speed: 25 knots

Cruising Speed: 21 knots

Autonomy at cruising speed: 300 nautical miles

Passengers: up to 12 in 5 cabins

Crew: 5 in 3 cabins



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