If you look very closely at the second Malango video, it does appear to have an anchor locker in the bow, as evidenced by what looks like a stainless steel latch where one might expect to find one for a locker, as well as a small raised nacelle just aft of the headsail furling drum, presumably to allow the anchor rode to enter / exit. Also, one of the interior shots looks like it shows what would be an anchor locker extending down and aft into the forepeak. Hard to believe this boat would be lacking in that regard.
I never know quite what people mean when they ask if a boat can go "offshore" - one can cross oceans in just about anything. The Malango seems perfectly suitable for extended ocean sailing, and based on the video and reputation of the boat yard, I wouldn't hesitate to sail it from the U.S. East Coast to the Caribbean, for example.
However, the Malango is clearly not intended as a blue water cruiser - it lacks storage and tankage that most people would consider necessities for such usage. Of course, that doesn't mean that there are not people who might circumnavigate in one. Alessandro Di Benedetto went around in a Mini 6.50, for goodness sake. And after reading Paulo's posts about the Polish women who did solo circumnavigations in the Mantra 28
I have a new appreciation for the seaworthiness of small boats. The Malango might even do the trick for me.
If you mean those wires on the inside of the cabin by the companionway, those connect to the NKE displays on the cockpit cabin bulkhead. There's a wire coming out of the bottom of the compass, beneath the companionway, as well. That's a fairly common way to route instrument wiring on race boats with the displays mounted in that location. Not really any better options. And the wiring is marine grade and can withstand a fair bit of moisture. They're mounted in similar fashion on Mini 6.50s and those are fairly wet boats.
...The pricing on the Malango 888 is listed at 76.000 €, while the 999 lists at 115.000 €.
NOTE: Have to love this quote from the IDB Marine web site, regarding the Malango 888: "Malango 888 is primarily a pleasure boat, designed both for use as a day-boat or for a Transquadra..." I guess that answers the question about the offshore suitability of these boats.