Known as Project Verona, the second 50 metre hull in Mangusta’s flagship Oceano 50 line has hit the water at Overmarine Group’s Pisa shipyard.
The yacht has been built for an American client and marks the 12th superyacht to be built at Overmarine’s metal division.
“We are very proud of the results this division has achieved in the few years since joining the Viareggio one, which builds vessels in composite material," said Maurizio Balducci, chief executive of the Overmarine Group. He added that two more Oceano 50s are expected to be launched in the coming months.
The first Oceano 50 was delivered in 2021, and went on to win a prestigious award at the BOAT International World Superyacht Awards 2022. She stormed to victory in the “Displacement Motor Yachts 499GT and Below, 45m and Above” category.
Built in steel and aluminium, the yacht was penned by Alberto Mancini. P.L.A.N.A. Design and Overmarine’s in-house team oversaw the naval architecture.
When it came to penning the yacht, designer Mancini was inspired by “the ultra-modern architectural style of a Miami villa” according to the yard. The yacht’s design allows for a natural flow between interior and exterior spaces. The main deck’s aft door and two ceiling-high side doors open completely, flooding the area with natural light.
There is an impressive 68 square metre beach club on the lower deck, consisting of three sea-level terraces. The upper deck will host the largest infinity pool to be built on a Mangusta Oceano model. A second Jacuzzi infinity pool sits on the sundeck, alongside a relaxation area and a sheltered dining table seating 14.
Accommodation for 12 consists of a master stateroom on the main deck and a VIP suite alongside four guest cabins on the lower deck.
Power comes from twin MTU 12V 2000 engines, providing a top speed of 16 knots and a range of 4,500 nautical miles at 11 knots.
The next Mangusta Oceano 50 available for sale will be hull number 6, with delivery expected in summer 2026.