FLIBS18: M/Y Namaste named best of showNov 3, 2018 by Tom Serio
By Tom Serio
New to the U.S. market is yacht builder Mangusta’s latest offering, the Oceano 42 M/Y Namaste. As part of a contest hosted by NBC Sports Network, Namaste took the “Best of Show” award, beating six rival yachts at the 2018 Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show. Pictured with the award is Stefano Arlunno, area manager of the Americas with Overmarine USA.
“It’s our first tri-deck in the U.S.” said Isabella Picco, chief communication officer for Overmarine Group. “The judges appreciated the technical features, design, beach area and pool [top deck, forward of the pilothouse], as part of their decision.”
Congratulations to M/Y Namaste.
M/Y Namaste took “Best of Show”
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