Overmarine's 43-metre project Venezia has been sold to an American client and is to be based in Florida. As the fifth unit in the Mangusta Oceano 43, she is the second Mangusta Oceano displacement yacht to be sold to the sunshine state. The shipyard submitted the new-build project to the owner through Worth Avenue Yachts with a delivery date of November 2020.Photo: OvermarineThe new three-deck superyacht designed by Alberto Mancini, features design elements such as wide glazed surfaces, skylights and special lighting solutions. Project Venezia is set to house a beach club aft with a stern door to the sea platform, forward-facing infinity pool with a waterfall, a garage at the bow and several alfresco living areas.
Overmarine Group’s Interiors Department is already working with the new owner to customise the yacht’s layout and to choose furniture and décor. The Mangusta Oceano 43 has a cruising speed of 11 knots and a transatlantic range of 4,500 miles.
“This sale once more confirms that our vessels – be they Maxi Open, fast displacement, or displacement yachts – perfectly meet the needs of our American clientele," says Overmarine Group’s Americas Area Manager Stefano Arlunno. “Behind a successful sale always stands the harmonious combination of the right product, an owner who has fallen in love with it, and passionate teamwork. In this specific case, our gratitude goes to Worth Avenue Yachts”.
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