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.