Overmarine Group has announced the launch of superyacht PROJECT MILANO, the fourth Mangusta Oceano 43 hull, and luxury yacht PROJECT CAPRI, a Mangusta Gransport 45. Following their launch, both vessels are undergoing final outfitting at the Pisa shipyard.
Both have exterior lines from renowned designer Alberto Mancini, while the interiors have been personalised to each Owner’s tastes.
PROJECT MILANO makes use of broad glazed surfaces to ensure that guests inside have exceptional views of the surroundings and an abundance of natural light throughout the day. Large skylights provide further illumination across the various decks.
A more alfresco experience is created indoors with the balconies and glass sliding doors, while on the foredeck there is an infinity pool fed by a waterfall. The aft beach club is a relaxing space close to the marine environment and there are several other areas for alfresco dining and lounging in the sunshine.
She has an extensive cruising range of nearly 5,000 nautical miles at a speed of 11 knots, with her top speed reaching 15 knots.
In contrast, all-aluminium PROJECT CAPRI measures 45.3m/148.7ft and is designed for fast travel with a top speed of 26 knots, while also having the capability to roam in search of exotic new cruising grounds with a range of 3,500 nautical miles at 11 knots.
There is a sense of balance between the indoor and outdoor areas, with a generous main deck offering guests plenty of indoor comforts and the perfect place to unwind in the shade on the main deck aft. The upper deck, however, will be the hub of activity, with a central living room connecting to the stern sunbathing and dining area and the foredeck, which is fitted with a waterfall Jacuzzi for up to seven guests.