Project Vec­tor

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The 207-foot (63-me­ter) mo­to­ry­acht Project Vec­tor, de­signed by Rossi­navi in col­lab­o­ra­tion with Team for De­sign’s En­rico Gobbi, takes its style cues from the Ital­ian au­to­mo­tive in­dus­try. Sim­i­lar to a sports coupe, the yacht looks and is fast for her size. “I wanted to cre­ate a time­less yacht with shapes and de­tails that are un­af­fected by time or fash­ion,” Gobbi says.

“Her in­te­rior aes­thet­ics are un­der­stated, clean and con­tem­po­rary with neu­tral ap­point­ments,” Gobbi adds. The color pal­ette is pri­mar­ily white, beige and blue. All the mar­ble is sourced from Car­rara, and the fab­rics and other

in­te­rior ma­te­ri­als will come from italy, too.

rossi­navi says the yacht will de­but at the Monaco yacht show in 2018.

Project vec­tor is “a fast boat with hy­dro jets planned for the caribbean and shal­low enough draft for port cities in Mi­ami and the Ba­hamas,” says fed­erico rossi, coo of rossi­navi.

rossi­navi was founded in 2007 upon the legacy of clau­dio and Paride rossi, who fab­ri­cated me­tal start­ing in the 1970s and built coastal boats while sub­con­tract­ing for su­pery­acht yards in the 1980s. to­day, rossi­navi builds su­pery­achts in the 130- to 230-foot (40- to 70-me­ter) range. —J.B.

De­signed for speed, Project Vec­tor sports hy­dro jet propul­sion, a shal­low draft and a chic in­te­rior.

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