The Mangusta Oceano 55 is characterised by masculine lines typical of the displacement range, which, when compared to the Maxi Open range showcases the Oceano’s strength and longevity. An exterior detail of particular note is the continuous dynamic line from transom to radar arch, separated by deck partitions and concluding with a colour shift.
A 160m2 open air sundeck provides ample space for relaxation and a large hard top offers respite from the sun. At the bow the Oceano 55 features a five metre square swimming pool complete with a waterfall and an infinity effect. The large external spaces of the sundeck and the bow are complimented by two further areas found to the aft on the main and lower decks. On the lower deck the stern has three openings, the central hatch and two side terrace fold down to create a 70m2 fully equipped beach house.
The Mangusta Oceano 55 berths 12 guests across one full-beam owner’s suite on the main deck, two doubles and two twins found bellow – she will be catered for by 11 crew. Her main deck also features the salon, dining room and galley
The Mangusta Oceano 55 will be a tri-deck design with a range of approximately 5000 nautical miles at a speed of 12 knots – a more considered return than the 500 nautical miles you would expect of her planing siblings. The Oceano 55’s twin MTU 12V 4000 M73 engines should produce a top speed of 17.5 knots at half load.