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Meet Mangusta’s Oceano 50

Hull No. 1 of the Mangusta Oceano 50 is voluminous and has transatlantic range at 11 knots.

June 21, 2021
Mangusta Oceano 50
The Mangusta Oceano 50 can accommodate guests with its five-stateroom layout, which includes the master stateroom on the main deck and four guest staterooms belowdecks. Courtesy Mangusta

Space is not an issue aboard the Mangusta Oceano 50. At 164 feet length overall, the Oceano 50 accommodates up to 12 guests in a five- or six-stateroom layout and up to 11 crew while still having room for a full-beam gym and 732 square feet of space across its aft, cascading, three-deck beach area.

Atop on the flybridge, a hardtop protects a rectangular dining table with seating for 12. Forward of the dining area is a four-seat bar and a hot tub; aft, there are four sun pads and space for either two chaise longues or two exercise bikes overlooking the upper deck.

Forward and outside of the enclosed, two-seat helm station on the upper deck, there’s forward-facing, C-shaped seating with space for two settees and at least four sun pads. This deck is also home to a 21.3 x 8.5 x 4.2-foot swimming pool with a counterflow system.

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The main deck is focused around its villa living room-inspired aft salon with amidships, L-shaped seating and a dining area for 10. In addition to the aft door opening completely to allow natural light and fresh air to flow through, there are sliding doors on both sides. Abaft the salon is square-shaped, alfresco seating with two tables. The main deck is also where the 560-square-foot master stateroom with a starboard-side, automated balcony is located.

Mangusta Oceano 50
There is 732 square feet of space dedicated to the Mangusta Oceano 50’s three-deck beach area. Courtesy Mangusta

Stairs inside the salon and outside flanking the square-shaped seating lead belowdecks. There are two guest staterooms and two VIPs amidships. Abaft the guest accommodations are the service area and an additional relaxation space at the stern. Along with flanking extendable decks that can accommodate two chaise longues each, the transom door unfolds to create a swim platform and an open-air living space right on the water.

Power for the Oceano 50 is twin 1,700 hp MTU 12V 2000 M86 engines, providing a top hop of 16 knots. Range is 4,500 nautical miles at an 11-knot cruising speed. Exteriors are done by Alberto Mancini and Overmarine Group.

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The first Mangusta Oceano 50 is set to be delivered at the end of July 2021, with two more hulls under construction.

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