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MANGUSTA YACHTS HAS REVEALED A 44 METRE
“ULTRA-MODERN SEA LOFT” SUPERYACHT MODEL
NAMED THE OCEANO 44

The new, innovative Mangusta Oceano 44 has finally taken the stage. With her 44 metres of technology and style, she is a yacht that radically reinterprets the concept of life at sea.

Developed jointly by the Group’s Engineering department and designer Alberto Mancini, who took care of both her exteriors and interiors, this ultra-modern sea loft is a perfect blend of glass, charm and audacity, ready to explore the world.

The new three-decker is much more than the mere evolution of previous models. Conceived as the spiritual successor to multi-award winner Mangusta Oceano 43, she is a sea loft that adds a new flare to the philosophy of global floating architecture, offering her guests unprecedented experiences and the pleasure of spending every single moment of cruising in the utmost comfort.

One focus point in the definition of this new model was that all areas should be seamlessly connected, a goal that was achieved through a series of side and crosswise sliding doors, creating a harmonious continuum of solutions and materials and making the very most of onboard life.

The beach club is the perfect example of this design approach: conceived to be the very heart of social life, once the transom is opened and the side terraces are unfolded, it becomes a 180° marine environment brightened by the natural light that filters through the side openings and the partially glazed upper deck, resulting in an incredibly airy and yet very cosy area.

The various relaxation areas take the concept of onboard life to its ultimate expression: one of the most distinguishing features on this yacht are two infinity pools located on the sun and main decks. The first, on the main deck, is called “The Island”: it is a sunbathing area embraced by water, which can be easily accessed via a teak deck, removing any possible barrier with the surrounding environment and creating a truly full-immersion experience; the second is on the spacious sun deck, from where guests can enjoy breathtaking views over the ocean from dawn to sunset.

Huge volumes and generous spaces – like the 104 sq. m/1120 sq./ft. of the sundeck, so far unthinkable on a yacht in her class – make the Mangusta Oceano 44 a real pearl, further enriched by equally precious interiors, where the alternation and skilful combination of warm and cold materials, lacquered surfaces and matt woods, marbles and leather, results in a flawless interpretation of contemporary minimalism.

The master cabin, located on the main deck, is connected to the upper deck by the skylights created on the bottom of the infinity pool, which let natural light shine through and fill the cabin with mesmerising water reflections. The cabin is also fitted with a mechanically-driven balcony, from which the Owner will be able to enjoy his own private view of the ocean.

The salon on the upper deck is a very exclusive area: thanks to three large sliding doors, two of which on the sides, guests will never have to choose between indulging in pure relaxation and admiring amazing views.

This yacht’s elegant layout is characterised by a harmonious design consistency between indoor and outdoor areas, also thanks to an extensive use of glass. Steel handrails and bulwarks have been replaced by see-through glass surfaces mounted flush with teak – a solution that has opened up new scenarios and allowed to achieve impressively generous areas that would normally be unattainable on a traditional three decker.

The Mangusta Oceano 44 is a worldwide steel and aluminium yacht, featuring a streamlined and elegant profile but also offering outstanding performances – a range of 4,500 nautical miles, a maximum speed of 16 knots, and a cruising speed of 11 knots, always in the unparalleled comfort ensured by zero-speed and underway stabilizers.

She’s an overwater villa, thought out to cruise the Seven Seas and discover pristine natural heavens, to live unique experiences without ever relinquishing the exclusive style typical of Mangusta’s DNA.

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