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Rossinavi 49m Prince Shark project sold

The in-build 49 metre motor yacht, Project Prince Shark, listed for sale at Ocean Independence, has been sold in a direct deal by the yard with Aquamarine introducing the buyer

The brand new displacement motor yacht is currently under construction at the renowned Rossinavi shipyard in Viareggio, Italy. 

This superyacht is the third hull in  Rossinavi’s Prince Shark series, and follows the  successfully launched Param Jamuna IV and  Polaris. This new superyacht features exterior design by Enrico Gobbi of Team 4 Design, Venice, who is the exclusive designer for the Prince Shark series. Her interior design is still open to the buyer’s choice.

With a 9 metre beam and 2.2 metre draft, she will be under 500 gross tons. She will also be built to LY3 compliance and will feature a hi-fog system.

This new Prince Shark motor yacht will accommodate 10 guests in five spacious cabins as well as nine crew. She will have a cruising speed of 14 knots and a top speed of 15 knots.

Outdoor areas are spacious. The main aft deck features a large dining table towards the transom. Teak is used for the main features and the table, combined with glass and steel. Recessed lighting runs around the perimetre of the yacht, highlighting the deck and her flowing lines. On the upper deck is a full-beam living area with a large settee while at the bow is a relaxation area and sun pads. 

She follows her sisters Polaris, an all-aluminium semi-displacement hull yacht, and Param Jamuna IV, a lightweight aluminum semi-planing hull yacht. Both are powered by twin MTU 12V 4000 M93L engines.

The new-build Rossinavi 49 metre Prince Shark motor yacht was listed for sale at €26,500,000.

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