Currently under construction at Overmarine’s facilities in Pisa, Italy is the second hull of the Italian yard’s long-range Oceano 42 series. The project was recently sold to new clients who will be able to look forward to cruising on their new yacht come next year. Also on going at the yard are preparations for the launch of the first hull in the Oceano 42 series taking place this weekend.
The Oceano 42 is designed by Alberto Mancini with an emphasis on creating an open experience by surrounding guests with large flowing spaces and life size windows that allows natural light to further enhance the uninterrupted spaces inside. The development of an innovative lighting system throughout the yacht means that guests are still able to experience these areas when night falls as they would during the day.
The external area of the deck at bow has been designed with two separate sunbathing areas which immerse themselves into a swimming-pool with an infinity effect waterfall. The glazing on the bottom of the swimming-pool lets light into the Owner suite head located on the underlying deck, creating semi-transparent light. A total of 12 guests and seven crew members can be accommodate on board.
“This further sale, and the interest the model has aroused even before its official presentation at the September boat shows, confirm we are clearly on the right track,” commented Group Commercial Director Francesco Frediani.
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