Overmarine has unveiled plans for its new 39-metre yacht, Mangusta Oceano 39. The latest brainchild of the Italian builders is affectionately dubbed a "glass villa" thanks to her open-plan layout and glass walls, which work to harmonise a guests' transition from interior to exterior spaces.In the design, the interaction between all three decks is ensured by the yacht's aft area, which is a "natural extension of the yacht" curated as a beach area in the style of a beachside house. Guests will have direct contact with the sea thanks to an extensive use of glass, minimal superstructure and bulwarks and ceiling-high sliding doors. With designer Alberto Mancini behind the design, the interiors are said to be "minimal, warm and cosy," and can be tailored to the owner's taste and requirements. Cream furnishings, wicker chairs and sand-coloured surfaces further the yacht's impression of openness and light. Marble tabletops, a teak deck and wood panels with atmospheric lighting overhead add an elegant finish.Notable features on board include a glass wheelhouse and the infinity pool, whose partially see-through bottom allows natural light to flood the owner's stateroom. Adding to the yacht's streamlined profile is the sundeck, where another infinity pool and sunpads can be found as well as a sophisticated lighting solution to emphasise the external teak decks. The sub-299 GT yacht comes equipped with noiseless dual propulsion to reach two different maximum speeds: 16 knots in the displacement version and 21 knots on the fast displacement model. Overmarine describes the new yacht as "revolutionary in terms of space, style and lifestyle." The brief was to create a comfortable vessel, designed for purpose and capable of ocean crossing at all latitudes. "Whether you want to savour your dinner at anchor in Porto Cervo or Saint Tropez or reach the Bahamas or the Hamptons, the Mangusta Oceano 39 will let you do it while relishing the elegance and comfort of a penthouse in Miami," the brief explains.
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