Excellence in performance

The Mangusta Oceano 43, which debuted at the Monaco Yacht Show, is the brand’s second three-deck displacement yacht, built in the new 22000m2 facility at Pisa, Tuscany.




Alberto Mancini was in charge of the innovative design, offering exclusive living spaces, impressive range and excellent performance. The interiors are completely customizable to owners’ preferences in terms of layout and décor. All vessels from this model were designed to accommodate up to 12 guests in five cabins as well as a crew of seven, ensuring the utmost privacy and freedom of movement. The interiors are luminous and spacious, with both a high-end lightning system and natural light allowed in through the large windows, plus a reduction in the visual barriers which enhances the spaciousness and increases the proximity of the Owner and guests to their surroundings. Spatiality is also improved with details like glazed transparencies found at the bottom of the pool, on the stern hatch and on the decks to ensure continuity between interiors and exteriors. Surfaces exude quality and excellence.

The Oceano 43’s sporty profile and sharp lines were achieved using techniques often found in automotive designs, featuring a combination of convex and concave surfaces, making it an elegant ship with a forward-thinking design.





The yacht also offers high technology and style usually found in larger vessels, evident in the amenities the lifestyle spaces offer, like the two separate sunbathing areas that merge into a swimming-pool with an infinity effect waterfall at the bow, a hatch that opens out to create a platform over the sea astern, and the balcony overlooking the sea in the owner's cabin, plus the side garage and the accommodation ladder.

The Mangusta Oceano 43 excels in performance as well; it’s propelled by twin MTU 12V 2000 M72 engines, with a cruising speed of 11 knots and range of over 4500nm. Last-generation technologies limit both noise and vibrations, guaranteeing stability when anchored and while navigating.



















2 X MTU 12V 2000 M72

(1080 KW 1448 HP @ 2250 RPM)




Text: Mangusta ± Photo: Mangusta

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