Construction is already underway on the newest Mangusta Oceano model. The Mangusta Oceano 50 provides customers with yet another option in the steel displacement series, plus beneath the 500-gross-ton threshold. In addition, the megayacht offers buyers some features not found on her smaller and larger sisters.
The trideck, measuring about 164 feet (49.9 meters), has the creature comforts today’s cruisers expect. These include a spacious beach club, which aboard the Mangusta Oceano 50 has three fold-down platforms, for an airier look and feel. But, the way it’s arranged is unusual. You can actually walk around the outside perimeter when all three hatches are down. This would be handy if you’re using your mobile phone’s camera to video your kids on the watertoys, and they blast past you in going around the yacht.
Another unusual arrangement is the foredeck swimming pool. At first glance, you wouldn’t even know it’s there, because of plentiful slatted teak. It’s beneath the teak—and it’s actually primarily the toy garage. It can hold two PWCs as well as a tender upwards of 6 meters (20 feet) LOA. When the toys go in the water, though, the crew can fill the hold with water, then activate counter-current jets. Finally, loose lounges can group together just at the water’s edge. Check out the arrangement in the video below.
The Mangusta Oceano 50 has even more nice twists on typical arrangements, such as the main aft deck seating area. Rather than just put a few settees and a table here, the shipyard and designer Alberto Mancini have created a semi-sunken seating area. This makes it a little more cozy, while preserving the crew’s ability to move around on deck. In addition, the sole within the seating area is a skylight spilling sun down into the beach club.
Sunlight plays a big role aboard the rest of the Mangusta Oceano 50. In keeping with current trends, the main deck and upper deck have full-height windows. They’re wider, too, to offer better views. You’ll appreciate those views in your main-deck master, which makes the most of the 29’9” (9.12-meter) beam plus has a fold-down balcony.
Your family and friends, meanwhile, have different configurations below decks. Five or six staterooms are available, depending on your desire. Crew accommodations are flexible, too, offering six cabins for 11 people or five cabins for nine people. All interiors are available for personalization, though Alberto Mancini proposes a light, sophisticated style as you’ll see in the virtual tour above.
Whatever you choose, long range is at your disposal. The Mangusta Oceano 50 should see a best range of 4,000 nautical miles at 11 knots. The twin MTUs should permit a max speed of 16 knots as well.
Look for launch in 2020.