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Inside the Mangusta Oceano 39 Megayacht

Inside the Mangusta Oceano 39 Megayacht

Inside Mangusta Oceano 39: If there is one thing that millionaires expect from their megayacht purchasing is the highest level of live-in luxury, but that the luxurious interiors and essential amenities are cleverly designed to deliver this in a relatively compact space without the owner feeling like they are hemmed in.

The Mangusta Oceano 39 megayacht could be described as the perfect home-at-sea with reporters calling the super-vessel a glass Miami penthouse with transoceanic range.

Italian shipbuilder Overmarine has used their 30-year plus knowledge and experience to design their Mangusta line of megayachts with their Oceano 43 being the smallest at 43 meters or 141 feet in length.

Mangusta Oceano 39 Superyacht

The Mangusta Oceano 39 is particularly eye-catching because it is designed to be an ocean-going floating villa that comes complete with not one but two infinity pools and exceptionally elegant interiors not dissimilar to those found in the most expensive designer penthouse suites.

The idea for the design came about after clients approached the president of Mangusta Americas, Stefano Arlunno, to request a vessel that featured a tri-deck design, but was smaller and more streamline than most of the larger megayachts on the market.

What came out of this was a design for a new, very stylish megayacht that was featured in a virtual presentation to prospective buyers, the Oceano 39.

She is a 39-meter (128-foot) luxury yacht that has a very eye-catching silhouette due to her superstructure being constructed mostly of glass. The abundance of glass makes the vessel feel more like a designer penthouse than an ocean-going yacht.

Spacious interiors

Inside Mangusta Oceano 39: While the outdoor glass terraces offer spectacular views and allow you to feel more connected to the outside environment, the interior space offers a generous 299 GT of interior volume, which is unusual for a vessel of this size.

However, because of the huge amount of glazing that is incorporated into the superstructure, the whole experience onboard gives guests a unique impression of expansiveness. The emphasis of the design team was to create fewer windows and more views. This was achieved by switching out many of the solid internal structures with glass that reaches floor-to-ceiling to give a seamless view.

Clever engineering

What is really clever about the Mangusta Oceano 39 Superyacht is that most of the glazing can be retracted, meaning almost the entire vessel can be opened up to merge with the exterior of the ship.

According to the Italian designer Alberto Mancini, who outfitted the interior, being on board the Mangusta Oceano 39 Superyacht compares to the view from a Miami penthouse, only the owner will have a three-deck penthouse on water.

What’s onboard?

No expense has been spared when designing the luxury interior. You will find that the onboard amenities are on par with what you would find on larger superyachts, which includes a state of the art beach club and two infinity pools.

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The infinity pool on the foredeck also features a glass bottom that allows sunlight to enter the master suite below the pool, which means that guests staying in the master suite will get quite a unique view of anyone using the pool above their head!

The interior décor was designed by Alberto Mancini to be elegant, yet warm and cosy with a minimal style using soft, neutral colours and natural materials.

There is a level of flexibility for prospective new owners as the Mangusta range comes in two propulsion packages with different performance levels. The exact price tag for the Mangusta Oceano 39 megayacht hasn’t yet been announced, but there is already a lot of interest from multi-millionaires wanting to snap one up.

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