The long-range trideck from Mangusta makes her U.S. debut.
Mangusta is one of the few remaining family-owned brands in yachting. The Balducci family has been building boats since the 1950s. Innovation and a pioneering approach to using cutting-edge technologies to ensure high-speed performance drive the brand. This goes hand in hand with the utmost comfort. Mangusta is a constant, strong presence in the large yachts industry, not only with Maxi Opens, but also with long-range displacement yachts. The company has already launched four hulls in just two years. Recently it sold a new Mangusta Oceano 43. Namastè, the first Mangusta Oceano, is making her first appearance in a U.S. boat show. FLIBS (31st Oct. – 5 Nov.) is then the opportunity to see Overmarine Group’s vision of a long-range trideck.
Built in steel and aluminum, meeting the most stringent construction standards, the Mangusta Oceano is really unique. Her cutting-edge technology and design allow her owner and all guests to experience unmatched comfort in the most diverse conditions and the most exotic locations. This incredible versatility goes along with an onboard lifestyle normally found on much larger yachts.
From a technical standpoint, too, the Mangusta Oceano embodies world-class quality and impressive performances. The yacht has a cruising speed of 11 knots with a cross-oceanic range, exceeding 4,500 nautical miles. The Mangusta Oceano further has very limited fuel consumption thanks to the clever CFD-optimized, tank-tested hull profile. Guests enjoy great stability both when at anchor and during navigation. Finally, the latest-generation technologies and materials minimize noise and vibration.
Having delivered more than 100 yachts over 30 meters, the Overmarine Group has a solid reputation for its outstanding engineering, painstaking attention to details and finishes, the ability to interpret customer needs and requests, and outstanding reliability—before, during, and after delivery.
For more information, visit www.mangustayachts.com.