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The High Seas

The High Seas

  • Planning a staycation this summer? Each of these yachts offers a luxurious retreat ideal for private gatherings.


Mangusta Oceano 39

With the ambience of a Miami penthouse, the Mangusta Oceano 39 fulfills client requests with a tri-deck slightly smaller than its other long-range superyachts. Light emanates through floor-to-ceiling glass, and one of the two infinity pool’s glass bottom channels the sun’s rays down to your master suite. The interior decor is entirely yours to personalize, from the upper-deck lounge to the water-level beach club. With two engine options, you can travel season to season between the Bahamas and New England, or perhaps St. Tropez and Porto Cervo. 

Length: 128 ft., 6 in.

Beam: 27 ft., 9 in.

Accommodations: 6 staterooms

ENGINES: 2 MTU packages

Top Speed: 16-21 knots depending on engine choice


Jeanneau Yachts 60

The Jeanneau Yachts 60 is the creation of Jeanneau’s designers, naval architect Philippe Briand and superyacht designer Andrew Winch. Drawing from customer input, the yacht features a spacious cockpit, large owner’s stateroom and multiple layout options.  The exterior galley came from Briand’s own experience. “Onboard, we live outside and entertain outside,” he says. “The yacht is a place for happy reunion, and what better place than around a barbecue and a nice glass?” 

Length: 59 ft., 12 in. with bowsprit

Beam: 17 ft., 1 in. 

Draft: 6 ft., 11 in. 

Accommodations: 3-6 staterooms

Engines: Single 109-HP Yanmar 150CV/H


Horizon FD92

If you want an open full flying bridge and an enclosed skylounge, the Horizon FD92 has both. It eliminates compromises inside, too, between casual or formal living. A hi-lo partition can separate the galley from the dining area, while wood and marble options make your yacht distinct. Wake up to panoramic views from your main-deck stateroom, then head to the beach club as an additional lounge as your kids jump off the swim platform to their hearts’ content. 

Length: 94 ft. 

Beam: 23 ft., 3 in.

Draft: 6 ft. 

Accommodations: 5 staterooms

Engines: Twin 1,600-HP MTU 

Top Speed: 19 knots

This story is from the Summer 2021 issue. Read the magazine here.