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The newly minted Mangusta Oceano 39, represents a reinterpretation of the Mangusta Oceano displacement line and defines the direction of the Oceano line moving forward.


Designed with an abundance of glazing in the superstructure, the 39-meter/128-foot tri-deck, offers an innovative way of experiencing onboard life via enhanced open spaces and more direct contact with the sea. A seamless flow between the exterior spaces and the interior, achieved with flush decks and sole-to-ceiling sliding glass doors, creates an illusion of being in a modern glass villa perched on the sea. The interior décor is at once chic and sophisticated and homey and inviting.

On the lower deck, fold-down terraces enhance the beach club with 180° views and direct access to the sea. When fully open, the balconies not only extend the swim/ lounge platform, but also create a patio-like extension on the large beach club area.


Copious design decisions were made to enhance visual contact with sea and the changing views outside. For instance, the bulwarks were kept to a minimum height and in many cases, they are simply transparent glass structures. Also full-height sliding glass doors facilitate the concept of bringing the outdoors inside. Forward of the glass-enclosed wheelhouse, on deck at the bow, is a lounge area with an infinity pool. The pool’s partially see- through bottom doubles as a skylight to Owner's stateroom below—creating diffused natural light in the Owner’s suite.


The Mangusta Oceano 39, created for sybaritic pleasures, also sports a second infinity pool on the sundeck. All the outside decks offer partially covered shade with teak overheads that elegantly mirror the teak soles. Each deck has loose furniture allowing the Owner flexibility in choosing how he can organize the spaces.

The dual propulsion available on this yacht can take her to two different maximum speeds— 16 knots in the displacement model and 21 knots in the fast displacement version. Both models stand out for their impressive noiselessness, which further augments onboard comfort.


A modern ocean-going ‘villa’, offering exceptional views from the glass terraces, the Mangusta Oceanco 39 would be equally at home dockside in Saint Tropez or anchored adjacent to a blue hole in the Bahamas. The interior design penned by Alberto Mancini, coupled with Mangusta engineering and ingenuity, offers unparalled volume, luxury and comfort in the yacht’s size range of under 299 GT.