Mangusta Oceano 43 “Project Venezia” Continues to Attract American Customers
Mangusta announced today the sale of the Mangusta Oceano 43, also known as “Project Venezia”, to an undisclosed American client. This is the fifth 43-meter unit among the Mangusta Oceano displacement yachts – a line that stands out for its great habitability, sophisticated design, comfort, and impressively long rage. She will be the second displacement vessel based in Florida.
“This sale once more confirms that our vessels perfectly meet the needs of our American clientele – says Overmarine Group’s Americas Area Manager Stefano Arlunno, adding that “Behind a successful sale always stands the harmonious combination of the right product, an Owner who has fallen in love with it, and passionate team work. In this specific case, our gratitude goes to Worth Avenue Yachts”.
The Mangusta Ocean 43, the three-decker as interpreted by Overmarine, designed by Alberto Mancini, is a true villa, but one entirely surrounded by the sea. On board, the key-concept is light: natural light that shines in through the wide glazed surfaces and the skylights and lighting design, to brightly illuminate all interiors and exteriors.
This model, in particular, can boast an infinity pool with a waterfall, located forward; a comfortable aft beach club, with the stern door opening onto the sea to create a 45 sq. m (484 sq. ft.) platform; a garage at the bow; a royal staircase on one side; and several al fresco living areas, to either spend time in good company or enjoy the utmost privacy.
With her cruising speed of 11 knots and a transatlantic range of 4,500 miles, the Mangusta Oceano 43 can reach any destination the Owner wishes to set course for.
Overmarine Group’s Interiors Department is already working with the Owner to define and customize the yacht’s layout and to choose furniture, furnishing and décor solutions tailored to the Owner’s taste.
The yacht will be ready in November 2020.