The 4600 Mirage SC has some impressive sub-assembly, automation and engineering. The submersible boarding platform, activated by a push-button control, has a 1000kg lift capacity for carrying a RIB or jetski. A clip-in swim ladder is provided if you don't want to lower the boarding platform.
The hydraulic motor for the platform also raises the cockpit sole to a height of roughly 1800mm off the engine beds. Inside are two white Volvo 480hp linked to wet exhausts, twin stainless-steel fuel tanks, three Crusair air-con units, a big Kohler 9kVa genset and an auto fire system.
The fuel filters and strainers are forward and nice and accessible, as are the ZF Mathers control boxes for this boat's fingertip electronic shifts. The V-drives are linked to four-bladers that don't shudder so much as purr.
Back on deck there are recessed phone and shorepower connections, good quality Sunbrella canvas and clears, and an aft hot/cold cockpit shower. The groovy deck fittings include signature grilles that drain the walkarounds.
The amenities centre is a fully moulded module has a fridge, icemaker, electric griddle, carbon fibre drinkholder, champagne or chardonnay bottleholder, big icebox, stainless steel sink with hot/cold water and storage.
With all that stuff at hand, the Mustang 4600 Mirage delivers the high life on the high seas. The social seating layout comprises a circular transom lounge set around a dinette with stainless stanchion, where five people can sit within serving range of the chef at the amenities centre, who is thoughtfully provided with a grabrail and drinkholder.
Forward, opposite the double-width helm benchseat, is a smaller curved lounge that can seat three people. All up, eight can enjoy a barbie in the outdoors or under the bimini trailing off the targa arch.