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Top 5 smart ways the Mangusta Oceano 42 uses glass

Top 5 smart ways the Mangusta Oceano 42 uses glass

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Glass-floored beach club

Hull number one in the Mangusta Oceano 42 series, this innovative yacht is a first for Italian yard Overmarine in many ways. Not only is she the first steel displacement yacht in the yard’s history, but she also boasts many cutting edge design features involving glass that set her apart from the rest of the fleet.

The superyacht beach club area is a common feature among larger yachts, but Overmarine has added a clever twist by installing six large glass panels into the transom, which allow guests to see underwater from the comfort of their sunlounger. Other key features here include the two showers: one on the bathing platform for a quick rinse off, and an enclosed shower cabin to starboard for added privacy.

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