This long range yacht, which is a significant departure from the Mangusta standard was unveiled in 2013. And the yard says the sale represents progress for both the shipyard and the line.
"This is a segment in which we believe we can play a key role and become a leader, as indeed we believe we already are in the Maxi Open segment,” declared Francesco Frediani, group commercial director. “This beautiful ship is already under construction in our Pisa facilities and we’re looking forward to admiring her sail the oceans of the world.”
The vessel is notable for two innovative areas: on the foredeck the external area has been created with two distinct places for sunbathing that plunge into a swimming-pool with an infinity-style waterfall. A glazed skylight at the bottom of the swimming-pool brings light into the owner's suite.
Astern, there is a fully furnished beach area, which once open, stretches out over the sea, creating a platform where the glazed surfaces become a source of natural light which allows the nocturnal illumination of the underwater lights to filter through.
The interiors are designed to accommodate up to 12 guests and seven crewmembers, ensuring maximum privacy and freedom of movement. Here, everything is linked to the external area: there are huge windows in the salon through which natural light comes in.
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