Seamless living

The second unit of the new Mangusta Oceano 39 series, built for an American owner, has hit the water in Italy.

15 May 2024


The second unit of the new Mangusta Oceano 39 series has been launched at the Overmarine Group shipyard in Viareggio, northern Italy.

The Mangusta Oceano 39 is a three-decker designed by the shipyard’s technical department with designer Alberto Mancini, a longtime Mangusta collaborator. Naval engineering is by the Italian design firm Verme.

This sleek 39.2-metre model, the entry-level of Mangusta’s Oceano displacement line, is built in composite material.

Stefano Arlunno, Mangusta President Americas, says the Mangusta Oceano series has been an “outstanding commercial success” in the United States. The Italian boatbuilder says generous volumes of 330 GT help to create a seamless living experience at sea, epitomised by the minimal look of the all-glass gunwales on the upper deck and large floor-to-ceiling glazed surfaces on the main and upper decks.


One standout feature of the series—considered a ‘standard Mangusta design feature’ by the shipyard—is the infinity pool at the bow and aft area, which provides access to the beach house.

At the push of a button, two side terraces at sea level open up, transforming the aft platform into a relaxation area.

As usual, the interiors and layout are fully custom. In this unit, they were worked out by the shipyard’s design team, putting the owner’s requests at the heart of the design process.

This Mangusta Oceano 39 is fitted with 2 MTU 12V 2000 M86, 1700 HP long-range engines that allow it to reach a maximum speed of 15 knots, a cruising speed of 12 knots, and a range of 2,250 nautical miles.

The next unit available for sale is expected to be delivered in spring 2026.



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