The first unit of the 49.9-metre Mangusta Oceano 50, the superyacht project Alisa, has been launched in Pisa, Italy. There are currently two additional units in build. Moran Yachts facilitated the sale and oversaw the subsequent construction process of the project Alisa’s launch, Overmarine Group CEO Maurizio Balducci comments, “Today, we are proud and happy to be launching the first 50-metre model, and new flagship, in the Mangusta Oceano displacement line. This is launch number ten for Overmarine Group's metal vessels division – a truly outstanding accomplishment when one considers that the first unit hit the water only five years ago."The displacement superyacht is constructed with a steel hull and aluminium superstructure and features naval architecture by engineer, Ausonio’s design firm P.L.A.N.A. Design. Her exterior lines come from the drawing boards of Alberto Mancini Yacht Design, in collaboration with Overmarine’s in-house engineering department. The resultant design is a sub-500 GT superyacht.
Project Alisa features ample deck spaces of which her 68 square-metre beach area, which features a sauna, is her most notable. Her garage and additional storage is found to the bow. Her sun deck is home to a Jacuzzi, a seating area and a sheltered dining table for up-to 12 guests.Her interior was designed in-house by Overmarine and can accommodate as many as 12 guests across six staterooms, which includes five guest accommodations on the lower deck. A full-beam gym is also found on the lower deck. The spacious owner’s suite is situated on the main deck and features a private balcony.
The superyacht’s main saloon features full-width doors, which contribute to the seamless continuation of indoor and outdoor spaces, as well as two additional glass sliding doors.
To project Alisa’s bow is her tender storage area, which when launched, can be flooded and transformed into a swimming pool.
Performance-wise, project Alisa is equipped with two MTU 12V 2000 M86 engines, which provide her with a range of 4,500 nautical miles at a cruising speed of 11 knots. She is also outfitted with Zero Speed electric stabilizers.
Project Alisa is scheduled for delivery at the end of July.