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Overmarine Group · Mangusta Oceano 42mt

Overmarine Group · Mangusta Oceano 55mt
15 Febbraio 2017

Monaco, 27th September 2013

The latest project in the Mangusta Oceano displacement line, a 42 metre yacht in steel and aluminium  designed  by Alberto Mancini, was presented as a world première  this morning in Monaco.

“We are proud of this new displacement  yacht” declared Maurizio Balducci, Group CEO, “as she will  satisfy the  demands  of owners  who  wish to  spend  substantial  amounts  of time cruising without renouncing to design, complete on-board comfort and last generation technologies.”

The project was developed by designer Alberto Mancini, who has begun his working relationship with Overmarine Group | Mangusta actually with this 42 metre yacht.

Mancini has been  able to exalt  the  successful stylistic features  and family feeling of Mangusta Maxi Open yachts and  interpret  them  to  create  a 3 deck displacement  yacht: the  result  is a beautiful yacht, modern and elegant, whose proportions are expressed in a blend of sharp, taut lines combined with softer sections.

A careful study of light and a new concept  which provides for two innovative areas have been developed  on-board  Mangusta  Oceano  42: on  the  bow  deck the  external  area  features  two separate  sunbathing  areas  which plunge into a swimming-pool with  a continuous  waterfall.  A glazed skylight on the bottom  of the pool brings light and translucence to the head in the owner suite on the underlying deck.

Astern, on the other hand, the hatch has been fitted with glazed transverse cuts through which a real furnished beach area can be glimpsed. Once open, it stretches  out over the sea creating a platform  where  the  glazed surfaces turn  into a source  of natural  light allowing the  nocturnal lighting of the underwater  beams fitted astern to filter through.

Painstaking care  has been  taken  over the  lighting design,  and  the  concept  of the  beach  club skylight also appears  on the external decks where transparency  has been  achieved through the glazed bases of the steel and glass tables set on all three decks of the yacht.

The interiors have been  designed in order to accommodate  up to twelve guests ensuring their total privacy and freedom of movement, as well as seven crew members.

The main deck houses the salon and dining-room, the lobby, the galley and the full-beam Owner suite at bow which features a terrace over the sea.