Mangusta marvel

Mangusta has launched the first of its Oceano 39 displacement models at a ceremony with her owner and the Mangusta team.

15 June 2023


It’s a thrilling day when a yacht splashes for the first time, especially when she’s the first in a new series. So it was at the end of May when Mangusta’s displacement line entry-level Oceano 39 took to the water, watched on by her proud owner and equally proud Mangusta team along with all the workers who have contributed to her construction.

“We are so proud to see the first unit of this innovative new model in the water,” enthuses Overmarine Group’s CEO Maurizio Balducci.

“The Mangusta Oceano 39 is a new three-decker characterised by huge glazed surfaces,” he continues, “where supporting structures and bulwarks have, conversely, been minimised, so as to offer the closest possible contact with the sea.”

Developed and engineered by the shipyard’s engineering department together with designer Alberto Mancini and design firm Studio Verme for the engineering elements, the tri-deck Oceano 39, says Mangusta, harmoniously combines design and technology, endowing her entire category with a very strong identity.

Indeed, it could be described as a modern villa on the sea, featuring amazingly wide glass surfaces and much larger volumes than those normally found in her class.


The saloons on the main and upper decks have floor-to-ceiling windows that can be partly opened to blend indoor and outdoor areas and create an exquisite open plan living space. The aft area and the foldable terraces provide access to the beach club, becoming a natural extension by the sea where guests can enjoy total relaxation in the utmost privacy.

The classic Mangusta infinity pool located forward on the upper deck has a partially glass bottom that lets natural light filter through into the main deck master stateroom, creating mesmerising water reflections.

The master also features a fully-automated balcony that can be easily operated by the owner. This first hull’s layout also includes four spacious guest cabins on the lower deck.

The interiors, which can be fully customised, have been penned by Overmarine’s technical department architects working in concert with the owner, coordinated by Sales Manager Nicolò Strocco, who oversaw the sale.

The Oceano 39 is powered by twin MTU 12V 2000 M86 engines for 1,700 hp that deliver a cruising speed of 12 knots, a maximum speed of 16 knots, and a range of up to 2,600 nautical miles.

Owners can also specify optional twin 2,600 hp engines that allow the Oceano 39 to reach a cruising speed of 18 knots and a maximum speed of 20 knots. The next unit available for sale will be hull number 3, with delivery expected in November 2024.



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