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Mangusta's second 42-meter steel and aluminium Oceano model from the Long Range line has been launched.

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It's the second tri-deck displacement vessel the Overmarine Group has built in its new 22,000-square-meter facility (of which 9,000 square meters are indoors) in the Pisa wet dock, which is used exclusively for metal construction. Additional units are currently being built in the same location, including a 54-meter from the builder's new GranSport line.

Designed by Alberto Mancini, the second 2nd Oceano features bold living spaces, impressive range and excellent performance.

Cutting-edge technology is seen throughout the yacht, especially at the bow, where two separate sunbathing areas merge into a swimming pool with an infinity waterfall effect. Astern, a hatch opens to create a platform over the sea, offering a glimpse of a beautifully furnished beach club.

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The interior was customized per the owner’s preference, both in terms of layout and decor. The yacht will accommodate up to 12 guests in 5 staterooms plus a crew of 7.

Behind the feeling of extraordinary space and comfort on board is a harmony between interior and exterior spaces, set to a backdrop of Mangusta technology at its finest—lighting design and natural light which enters through the large windows; a reduction in the visual barriers to enhance the spaciousness and increase the proximity of owner and guests to their surroundings; a terrace overlooking the sea in the owner's stateroom; glazed transparencies on the bottom of the pool, on the stern hatch and on the decks that ensure continuity between interiors and exteriors; and a side garage at the bow.

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On the technical side, the Oceano 42 offers top performance, with a cruise speed of 11 knots and a range of more than 4,500 nautical miles with stability both at anchor and underway, and an impressive void of noise and vibration underway.

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