Overmarine: launch of a new Mangusta Oceano 42
Wednesday, May 3, 2017 4:25 PM
A 42 metre steel and aluminium yacht from the Long Range line, Mangusta Oceano 42, was launched last Friday, 28th April.
This is the second three deck displacement ship the Group has built in its new 22000m2 facility (of which 9000m2 are indoors) in the Pisa wet dock, Tuscany, which is used exclusively for production in metal. Besides the 42 metre which has just been launched, other units are currently being built in the same location, amongst which a 54 metre from the new Mangusta GranSport line.
Mangusta Oceano 42 was designed by Alberto Mancini. Firmly in keeping with the shipyard’s unique expertise in building high performance yachts, this model develops an innovative and indeed original concept for this important market segment.
This 42 metre is truly one of a kind, owing to her exclusive living spaces, impressive range and excellent performance.
The uniqueness of this yacht also lies in her onboard technology and stylish content, combined with a number of lifestyle features usually found on much larger yachts.
One example of the habitability and cutting-edge technology of Mangusta Oceano 42 is to be found at bow, designed with two separate sunbathing areas that merge into a swimming-pool with an infinity effect waterfall. It is also present astern, with a hatch that opens out to create a platform over the sea, offering a glimpse of a beautifully furnished beach area.
In this second unit, the nude look of the hull, with its barely perceptible colouring, intensifies the intersections of concave and convex shapes and highlights the yacht’s elegant proportions.
The interiors have been entirely custom-made to the Client’s wishes, regarding both the layout of the spaces and the décor. They have been designed to accommodate up to 12 guests in 5 cabins as well as a crew of 7, ensuring the utmost privacy and freedom of movement.
Behind the feeling of extraordinary space and comfort on board, the continuous dialogue between interiors and exteriors and the design of the various different areas and furnishings, there is all the background of Mangusta technology: lighting design and natural light which enters through the large windows; a reduction in the visual barriers which enhances the spaciousness and increases the proximity of Owner and guests to their surroundings; a terrace overlooking the sea and a built-in head with a game of glass in the Owner cabin; glazed transparencies on the bottom of the pool, on the stern hatch and on the decks that ensure continuity between interiors and exteriors; a side garage at bow; an accommodation ladder; the quality of interiors, not only for the amount of materials used and the painstaking research carried out before they were chosen, but how they were produced and matched together.
On the technical side this yacht offers a quality of performance as well. She can reach a cruise speed of 11 knots and range of over 4500nm and guarantees stability both at anchor and underway. The use of last generation technologies and materials limits both noise and vibrations.
Her exclusive performance is part of the Mangusta tradition and the fruit of the building expertise and technical skills which have always made this shipyard stand out.