The sixth unit of the Mangusta Oceano 43 has been launched from the builder’s facility located in the Navicelli area of Pisa. The launch of the 42.3-metre superyacht Como occurred in the presence of her owner. Como will be delivered in August.Como was started on speculation and was sold to her owner this past January by Gaston and Alex Lees-Buckley of Camper & Nicholsons, who also supervised the remaining stages of construction. Five units of the Mangusta Oceano 43 series are currently on the water. Maurizio Balducci, the CEO of the Overmarine Group, comments, “The Mangusta Oceano 43 features outstanding technological and design solutions combined with the luxury, comfort, and amenities normally found on much larger yachts. It was just with this very successful model that, five years ago, the Group stepped into the world of long-range metal vessels. Launching the eleventh unit in just five years is a matter of pride for us.”Project Como’s exterior lines and interior design come from the drawing boards of Alberto Mancini Yacht Design, while her naval architecture was completed by Overmarine Group in collaboration with PierLuigi Ausonio Naval Architecture. Como can accommodate up-to 12 guests across five staterooms, including a spacious master stateroom which features a private, mechanically-operated balcony.
Some of her most notable features include an infinity pool to her bow and a large beach club at her transom. Inside, she sports full-height windows and skylights which provide plenty of natural light throughout.Photo: OvermarinePerformance-wise, Como has a range of 4,500 nautical miles at a cruising speed of 11 knots thanks to her twin MTU 12V 2000 M86 diesel engines.