• 163.75'
  • 2012
  • Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States
  • $19,750,000


  • Basic Information
  • Dimensions
  • Speed / Weight
  • Accomodations
  • Hull & Deck
  • Engine Information
  • Category: Motor Yacht
  • Model: Mangusta 165'
  • Model Year: 2012
  • YearBuilt: 2012
  • Year Refit: N/A
  • Refit Type: N/A
  • Tax Paid: N/A
  • Country: United States
  • Registration #: 70852
  • Coast Guard #: N/A
  • Vessel Top: Open
  • Fly Bridge: Yes
  • Cockpit: No
  • Helipad: No
  • Accomodations: Guest SR/S: 4/9 - Crew R/B/S: 5/9/9
  • LOA: 163' 9" (49.91m)
  • LWL: --
  • LOD: --
  • Beam: 30' 2" (9.19m)
  • Min Draft: --
  • Max Draft: 6' 6" (1.98m)
  • Clearance: --
  • MFG Length: --
  • Cruise Speed: 35 Knots
  • Cruise Speed RPM: 1,900 RPM
  • Cruise Speed Range: 600 Miles
  • Max Speed: 40 Knots
  • Max Speed RPM: 2,100 RPM
  • Max Speed Range: 600 Miles
  • Displacement: 295 Tonne
  • Gross Tonnage: 488 Ton
  • Water Capacity: 1,057 Gallons
  • Holding Tank: --
  • Fuel Capacity: 10,924 Gallons
  • Fuel Consumption: --
  • Berths: 8
  • Heads: 11
  • Sleeps: 9
  • State Rooms: 4
  • Crew Berths: 9
  • Crew Sleeps: 9
  • Crew Heads: 5
  • Captains Quarters: Yes
  • Hull ID: N/A
  • Hull Material: Composite Fiberglass
  • Deck Material: Teak over Fiberglass
  • Hull Configuration: N/A
  • Project Manager: N/A
  • Hull Designer: N/A
  • Hull Color: White
  • Hull Finish: N/A
  • Exterior Designer: Stefano Righini
  • Interior Designer: N/A
  • Manufacturer: MTU
  • Model: 16V4000 M93L
  • Engine Count: Triple
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Fuel Type: Diesel

Detailed Specifications







Overmarine, Italy


Stefano Righini




163‘09” (49.91m)


30'02" (9.2m)


6'06" (1.95m)


Marshall Islands


ABS Maltese Cross A1


Yachting Service, E, Maltese Cross AMS


GRP, Teak decks


3 x MTU 16V4000 M93L






295 Tons Loaded


# 7


10,924 gallons (41,350 liters)


1,057 gallons ( 4,000 liters)

SPEED (Slow Cruise):

27 knots @ 1800rpm (2 engines)

SPEED (Fast Cruise):

35 knots @ 1900rpm (3 engines)

SPEED (Maximum):

40 knots @ 2100rpm (3 engines)


600nm @ 25 knots





There are four double staterooms for owners and guests, each with en suite bathroom with shower. The guest layout is very versatile and includes pullman berths for children that can increase the guest capacity to twelve.


There are five double cabins, all with en suites for nine crew.

If speed turns you on, then this Mangusta 165’ will be the seductress you cannot resist. For an open yacht, she has an amazing amount of volume and exceptional headroom. The aft seating area is one vast open space with no dividing walls between the living area and the wheelhouse. Sharp, clean lines emphasize even further the yacht’s impressive volume, evident as soon as you come onboard.

Bleached teak floors, limed oak paneling, hammered marble and accents of stainless steel create a contemporary feel. Colors are a medley of browns that would be right at home in a gelateria as espresso, nougat and caramel. Furnishings include a convivial gathering of sofas and armchairs, a game table and marble bar concealing a large-screen TV. Five skylights and large windows bring in the views. Still, the yacht’s centerpiece may very well be an eye-catching display of large screens and commands located in the wheelhouse, forward on the main deck. The pilot seat has built-in controls to assist in navigation, and guests can enjoy the ride in two comfortable leather-upholstered companion seats. Just behind the seats is a custom-made dining table that seats 12. The dining area is open to the massive main salon.

The lower deck is home to a “hunker-down” lounge to starboard with a cozy sofa area facing a large screen TV—an elegant version of the American “rec” room and a perfect space for children to enjoy movies and games. Also on this level opposite to port is a gym with a treadmill, elliptical trainer and weights with private access aft to the owner’s stateroom. There is a day bathroom to service the TV lounge and gym, just off the hallway.

The full-beam owner’s suite includes a large study forward to starboard, walk-in wardrobes and his-and-hers bathrooms, both with bidets, divided by a shower that can also be used as a steam room.

Guest accommodations include two double cabins with various bed configurations suited for adults or children. The port stateroom has a queen size bed, adequate storage in lockers and drawers with the en suite bathroom with shower forward. The starboard guestroom has twin single beds, storage and an en suite bathroom with shower forward.

The forward VIP stateroom has a King size bed, desk, chair, and sofa and en suite bathroom with shower.

Guests can adjust lights, temperature and sound in their personal spaces through an iPad.

The crew area for nine, forward of the engine room, has a mess/lounge and galley with wrap around seating and a table forward. The five crew cabins include two with double beds. Each crew cabin has a head and shower and good storage. The crew area provides discreet and convenient access to the guest accommodations for cleaning and servicing.

The main galley is outboard of the crew area to port.

The yacht’s impressive size leaves plenty of room for entertaining outdoors.

The main aft deck houses a large dining table, and a retractable flat screen TV for an outdoor movie experience. Perfectly there is a second salon or outside seating area with TV forward, shaded if necessary, and large sun pads further forward.

A special diving board affixed to the bulwark, satisfies youthful thrill seekers after the yacht has dropped anchor. A wet bar is forward to port on the aft deck. The transom gates are aft, port and starboard, giving access to the large swim platform and powered transom door. The garage, housing the 21’ Castoldi diesel jet tender, accessible through a hydraulically up hinging stern door, also houses a Kawasaki Jet Ski and a Sea Doo wave runner, as well as diving equipment. The diesel jet tender is launched from the centerline with a fully powered davit above.

One of the beauties of the Mangusta 165’ is the well-concealed fly bridge. While small enough to blend into the sporty profile, it is large enough to accommodate a dining area and lovely sunbathing space aft, plus a second control station, convenient for maneuvers and really thrilling at high speeds in open water, cruising up to 38 knots in optimal conditions!

MISUNDERSTOOD owes her speed to triple 4,610hp MTUs (painted fire- engine red) coupled to two KaMeWa water jets and a KaMeWa booster jet.

Why would you go slow when you can go fast? With amazing spaces and speeds that can put you in the Bahamas in two hours from Miami, there is no comparable fast yacht on the market.







3 x MTU 16V4000 M93L, 4610 hp (3,440kw) each @2100 rpm



ZF 9050 transmissions with 2.036:1 reduction


1,065  September 2016



KaMeWa 2 x 80S3 outboard and 1 x 71B3 booster on centerline



2 x Kohler 100kw @1500rpm, 6 cylinder

Port hours: 2,665 September 2016

  Starboard hours: 2,580 September 2016
  • Fresh Water Cooling System
  • Black Water Tank with MSD System
  • Gray Water Tank
  • Fuel Pumps - Mechanical and electrical priming and transfer pumps
  • Fuel Filters -Twin Racor bowls in-line on engines and generators
  • Diesel crash pump
  • Ventilation system
  • Electronic synchronizerElectronic controls
  • Stainless Steel propeller shafts
  • Propellor Protection – Hull and Keel
  • Rudders – KaMeWa
  • KaMeWa hydraulic steering gear
  • ABT hydraulic bow thruster
  • Frigit chilled water air conditioning with reverse cycle heat
  • 2 x Idromar watermakers






  • Navigat digital gyro
  • Sperry Marine Navipilot 4000 autopilot
  • Whitestar compass
  • 2 x Furuno radars
  • 1 x Furuno AIS FA -150
  • 2 x Furuno Navnet 3D GPS
  • 5 x VEI monitors at bridge and 3 x VEI monitors on fly bridge with Nobletec software
  • 3 x Sailor VHF’s
  • Handheld VHF’s
  • Furuno Inmarsat-C monitor and keyboard (below helm)
  • 2 x Furuno Navnet 3D fish finders
  • 2 x B&G depth finders
  • 2 x B&G speed logs
  • 2 x B&G wind meters
  • B&G speed and depth (in crew mess, captain and engineer cabin)
  • FLIR night vision camera






  • SAT Phone
  • Panasonic Cell phone system
  • Computer – VEI w/mouse pads (at helm stations) + Apple Mini’s
  • Lap Top – Sony Vaio
  • Software – Nobletec
  • Fax, Printers, etc. – Hewlet Packard Epson all in one’s + Furuno PP – 510 Printer
  • TV, VCR, DVD – Samsung TV’s throughout vessel including crew mess and cabins, fly bridge, aft and fore decks
  • Alpine DVD players in crew cabins
  • Apple IPad’s throughout (except crew cabins)
  • SAT TV
  • Divis CCTV system w/ Acer Monitors
  • Stereo – Denon AV Surround receivers in salon, fly bridge and below helm
  • Kaleidescape system for music and movies throughout vessel
  • Crestron control system
  • Acer ships monitors in crew mess, captain and engineers cabins





  • Air Compressor
  • Aft Deck engine controls
  • 1 x Frigit custom refrigerators on fly bridge
  • 1 x Raritan ice maker on aft deck
  • 2 x Frigit custom refrigerators on aft deck
  • Bimini top – powered over aft and fore deck seating areas
  • Aluminum and stainless steel Bimini frame
  • 2 x Traditional type anchors w/550’ chain
  • 2 x S.T.M. Vertical electric anchor windlasses
  • 2 x S.T.M. electric capstans on aft deck
  • Tender davit – aluminum with electric winch in garage
  • Gangway - powered aluminum
  • Passarelle – In starboard swim platform steps






  • CO2 (6 x 25kg) portable extinguishers
  • Adequate dry powder and foam extinguishers throughout
  • Shut-Downs – vent fans, vent flaps, main engines and generators
  • Auxiliary fire pump
  • Bilge alarms
  • Life Jackets, Type I – 22 adult and 4 child
  • 2 x fire suits with helmets, masks and tanks
  • 3 x fire axes
  • Fire blanket
  • 4 x life rings with line launchers attached
  • 4 x 10 man Zodiac life rafts
  • 6 x red hand held flares
  • 6 x red rocket flares
  • First aid kit
  • Fire detectors
  • Smoke detectors
  • 3 x Kahlenberg air horns
  • 22 x Immersion suits
  • ACR search light
  • 2 x electric bilge/fire pumps 400 volts






  • 380v/220v, 3 phase, 60hz
  • 2 x Kohler generators, 100kw each at 1500 rpm, 1600 hours each February 2015
  • 24v charger 100 amp Dolphin
  • 24v charger 50 amp Dolphin
  • Shore Power - Atlas frequency converter 2 x 65 Kva
  • 4 x 12 volt batteries in electrical room
  • 3 x 12 volt batteries below generators, (1 spare)
  • 6 x 12 volt batteries below lower helm
  • 2 x 100 amp 220v shore power receptacles
  • 24v DC and 220v AC lights throughout
  • TV and phone receptacles throughout






  • 2 x Gaggenau electric convection ovens
  • 5 Burner electric Gaggenau stove top
  • Miele electric BBQ
  • Miele deep fryer
  • Gaggenau convection microwave
  • 6 x Frigit custom stainless steel refrigerators
  • 2 x Frigit custom stainless steel freezers
  • Gaggenau wine cooler in salon
  • Raritan ice maker
  • 3 x Miele 2 piece washers and dryers in laundry, and one nearby gym
  • 2 x Miele dishwashers
  • Central vacuum system






  • 1 x 21’ Castoldi diesel RIB in garage
  • 1 x Sea Doo wave runner in garage
  • 1 x Kawasaki Jet ski in garage






All speeds, capacities, consumption, hours, measurements, etc. are approximate or estimated. Specifications provided for information only as particulars herein obtained are from sources available but are not guaranteed. Remarks and other statements may be personal opinions and may not be relied upon for purchase. Buyer should instruct his agent/supervisor to check all details for accuracy. Offered subject to prior sale, price/inventory change, or withdrawal from market without notice.