Float­ing Op­u­lence

Rosetti Su­pery­achts & Rolls Royce Marine team to­gether to con­cep­tu­alise this stun­ning yacht con­cept that comes packed with ex­cep­tional ameni­ties and aes­thet­ics through­out

MillionaireAsia India - - Contents - By Pallavi Singh

– Rosetti Su­pery­achts & Rolls Royce Marine team to­gether to con­cep­tu­alise a stun­ning yacht con­cept

Rosetti Marino, a no­table Ital­ian ship­builder that spe­cialises in the con­struc­tion of pas­sen­ger fer­ries, off­shore sup­ply ves­sels and tug­boats, has re­cently made its foray into the su­pery­acht mar­ket. That’s how Rosetti Su­pery­achts were born, and this is their de­but pro­ject, an in­cred­i­ble ex­pe­di­tion-style yacht con­cept, de­vel­oped in col­lab­o­ra­tion with Rolls Royce Marine.

Fea­tur­ing de­signs by Ital­ian de­signer Tom­maso Spadolini, this 85-me­ter su­pery­acht was in­spired by sup­port and ex­plorer ves­sels that need to op­er­ate around the clock in all weather con­di­tions, al­though this stun­ning ex­pe­di­tion con­cept will also show off sev­eral im­pres­sive ameni­ties and lux­u­ri­ous vibes through­out.

Rosetti Su­pery­achts’ first con­cept will cater to eight guests across four dou­ble cab­ins, while the full beam owner’s suite, with a pri­vate lounge, study and spe­cial ac­cess to the open fore­deck with a small pool, is meant to put a smile on the owner’s face. The in­te­rior space would to­tal 2,200GT thanks to the tow­er­ing four-deck su­per­struc­ture, while Rolls-Royce would take care of the driv­e­train.

Un­der the man­age­ment of Chair­man Ful­vio Dodich, no stranger to su­pery­acht in­dus­try with past man­age­ment po­si­tion at Fer­retti and San­lorenzo, Rosetti su­pery­achts will draw on its ship­build­ing and engi­neer­ing skills to of­fer clients a range of lux­ury su­pery­achts, longer-range sup­ply ves­sels as well as ex­pe­di­tion yachts mea­sur­ing up to 150 me­tres in length. “We took the de­ci­sion to launch this ini­tia­tive based on Rosetti Marino’s re­mark­able ex­pe­ri­ence, solid fi­nan­cial back­ground and ex­cep­tional fa­cil­i­ties to cre­ate a se­ries of high-level su­pery­achts with semi-cus­tom or fully-cus­tomis­able iden­ti­ties, as well as pro­vid­ing tech­ni­cal ex­cel­lence and in­no­va­tive solutions,”

Avail­able in two ver­sions, this eye-catch­ing ves­sel also packs a lovely sa­lon aft, that will be the best place to en­ter­tain your guests, thanks to a me­dia room and a sky lounge; the he­li­pad might also be good way to impress peo­ple, while the lounge can be re­placed by a he­li­copter hangar

says Dodich. “We are propos­ing Made in Italy yachts that are de­signed and built to the high­est tech­ni­cal and safety stan­dards that dis­tin­guish whole Rosetti Marino Group of com­pa­nies.”

Avail­able in two ver­sions, this eye-catch­ing ves­sel also packs a lovely sa­lon aft, that will be the best place to en­ter­tain your guests, thanks to a me­dia room and/or a sky lounge; the he­li­pad might be also good way to impress peo­ple, while the lounge can re­placed by a he­li­copter hangar. Rosetti Su­pery­achts adds that the de­sign can be tweaked to move the he­lideck fur­ther for­ward if re­quired.

The naval ar­chi­tects at Rolls-Royce Marine aimed for op­ti­mal ef­fi­ciency be­fore com­ing up with the fi­nal draft of this de­sign, while four MTU 16V 4000 en­gines were cho­sen to put this ves­sel in mo­tion. Able to reach a top speed of 20 knots and a cruis­ing speed of 15 knots, this ves­sel is way cooler than it might let you be­lieve.

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