The Overmarine Shipyard continued its move into the Long Range displacement vessel segment with the launch of the Mangusta Oceano 46, their third displacement vessel to hit the water in 2 years.
On-board comfort and balance between indoor and outdoor spaces is the focus for the latest in the Mangusta Oceano range, the three-decked Mangusta Oceano 46. The product philosophy is expressed in its great habitability, the ergonomics, and the spaces dedicated to the owner, to the guests, and to the crew.
The design of the outside lines of the new 46-metre vessel was created by Stefano Righini, while the interiors were designed by Alberto Mancini.
The Mangusta Oceano 46 can accommodate up to twelve guests in six cabins. The yacht is a purely custom-made design, in terms of both the layout of the spaces and the furniture and finishes.
Comfort is another major focus onboard the yacht. The perception of openness in the spaces and the feeling of relaxation, in fact, are the fil rouge between the private areas and the socialising areas outdoors.
The Mangusta Oceano 46 aims to position the shipyard among superyachts builders through its combination of style, conviviality and design, in addition to the background of technology and construction capability.
In addition to this 46-metre model in the displacement range, 2018 will see other important launches, including the flagship of the fleet: the Mangusta GranSport 54. A 54-metre vessel belonging to the new Fast Displacement range, which will bear the name Mangusta Gransport. In addition to this model, three Mangusta Maxi Opens will also make their début.