Price Drop on 130-Foot Mangusta

The owner of Martha has reduced the yacht’s asking price by more than $800,000.

Mangusta Martha
The Mangusta Martha has four staterooms for nine guests, including a full-beam master. Courtesy Yachting Partners International

Yachting Partners International says the owner of the 130-foot Mangusta Martha has dropped the yacht’s asking price by more than $800,000. The new asking price is about $5.56 million.

Martha is Hull No. 16 of the Mangusta 130 series. The yacht was delivered in 2009. It’s currently lying in Monaco following a refit in 2020 that included upgraded lighting and audiovisual systems, a new navigation system and a refresh of the materials in the Stefano Righini-designed interior.

Features aboard Martha include an opening salon roof, alfresco dining and a hot tub aft on the main deck, and alfresco dining on the foredeck.

The yacht has twin 3,640-horsepower MTU 16V 4000 M93L engines for a reported cruising speed of 28 knots.

Accommodations are for as many as nine guests in four staterooms, including a full-beam owner’s stateroom. The VIP stateroom, according to YPI Group, is “almost as big,” and one of the twin-berth staterooms converts to a double.

What’s included in the asking price? An 18-foot Castoldi tender, a pair of Sea-Doo Sparks, four Seabobs, inflatable toys and snorkeling gear.

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