The Overmarine Group has announced further success, following the sale of the second unit of its Mangusta Oceano 50-metre series of motor yachts, Project Verona, to an American owner. The sale comes only days after the delivery of the first Mangusta Oceano 50.
Stefano Arlunno, Mangusta President Americas, commented on the sale, “The sale of yet another displacement metal vessel in the US bears witness to the increasing appreciation American clients are showing for Mangusta’s construction quality, and is the result of our local team’s great job in promoting and conveying our brand’s reputation, innovative design, and construction skills.”
Project Verona features exterior design by Alberto Mancini in collaboration with Overmarine, while her naval architecture is from the drawing boards of P.L.A.N.A Design, who worked closely with her builders engineering department. The sub-500 GT yacht has a steel hull and aluminium superstructure. Photo: Overmarine GroupThe Mangusta Oceano 50 emphasises an indoor-outdoor feeling, and offers guests a number of outdoor areas such as her spacious beach club. This area is split between three terraces just above the water, totalling 68 square-metres in total, giving guests direct contact to the sea. Her main deck flows seamlessly into her main saloon which has sliding doors to create a continuum with the interior and exterior.
Project Verona’s upper deck forward has been customised to her owners taste, and features a large infinity pool, the biggest ever built on a Mangusta Oceano model. A second Jacuzzi pool can be found on her sun deck, as well as lounge seating and an al fresco dining table for 14 guests.
Photo: Overmarine GroupThe yacht includes a six-stateroom layout, including four guest staterooms, one spacious VIP suite on her lower deck, and a master stateroom on the main deck, equipped with an automatically-operated balcony on the sea. Her interior aesthetic is driven from a Florida-style villa on the water, and was pencilled by Alberto Mancini.
Performance-wise, Project Verona is powered by two MTU 12V 2000 M86 engines which give her a top speed of 16 knots and a cruising speed of 11 knots with a range of 4,500 nautical miles.
Delivery of Project Verona is scheduled for summer 2022.
The first image is of a sistership and is used for demonstrative purposes only.