Please rotate your device
Welcome to Centurion Magazine
  • Exclusive access for Centurion® Members

    Discover a world of features especially crafted for you

  • My BlackBook

    Customised content that reflects your interests

  • Magazine Archive

    A downloadable repository of issues past

  • Limited Editions

    Products exclusively assembled for you

  • Editors' Desk

    Your direct line to the magazine team


A Penthouse for the Sea

Mangusta’s striking 39m ocean-going “glass villa” is designed for serious relaxation

Sponsored by

Miami penthouse meets opulent superyacht: that’s the lure of Mangusta’s latest 39m yacht, the Oceano 39, which is as much an exercise in nautical supremacy as it is luxury real estate.


Dubbed an “ocean-going glass villa”, the tri-deck superyacht – ripe with an open-plan, minimalist superstructure and minimised bulwarks – affords not only 39 metres of innovation, expertise, elegance and performance, but also the magnificent views that guarantee the Mangusta Oceano 39 lives up to the hype.


At first glance, masterful glasswork infiltrates every corner, from the bulwarks to the floor-to-ceiling panels that comprise much of the ship’s walls. Even the handrails have been intricately blown by a skilled glazier. Combine this extensive glasswork with the vessel’s sculpted exterior lines and it’s easy to see the lavish spirit of a modern seafront penthouse emanating throughout the yacht.


Onboard, this prosperity is elevated throughout the 299GT interior, in which space and subtlety are of utmost importance thanks to the careful eye of prolific Italian designer Alberto Mancini. While the outfit is perfectly customisable, Mancini recommends light and light-reflective materials like oak soles and elegant, muted furnishings to heighten the Oceano 39’s clean, sophisticated character. This interior flows effortlessly to the exterior, where the vast deck space makes way for al fresco dining areas, sun lounges and two infinity pools – one on the sundeck and another that sits above the owner’s stateroom and features a see-through bottom that floods the spacious cabin below with flickering natural light. From a design standpoint, every deck has been carefully considered to enable the owner to arrange space at their own convenience, thanks to the open layout and loose furniture.


Rounding out the superyacht is the noiseless dual propulsion that reaches two different maximum speeds – 16 knots in the standard displacement or 21 knots in the fast-displacement package.


Specially crafted to be the perfect cruising companion from ports like Porto Cervo and St Tropez in the Mediterranean all the way to the Bahamas, Hamptons and onward to Martha’s Vineyard, the Mangusta Oceano 39 is not only an indisputable new milestone in her range, but this glass superstructure is also ready to anchor down as your personal penthouse on the water.


Visit Mangusta Oceano 39




Share This