Seawolf X | For charter with Cecil Wright & Partners

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Rossinavi’s 43m hybrid-electric catamaran Seawolf X joins the charter fleet

7 June 2024 • Written by Georgia Boscawen

Following her recent launch in May 2024, the 42.8-metre hybrid-electric catamaran, Seawolf X has joined the charter fleet with Cecil Wright and Partners. Built by Italian shipyard Rossinavi, the project is a step into the future, being not only remarkably efficient, but also the shipyard's first multihull project.

Seawolf X | For charter with Cecil Wright & Partners

With accommodation for 12 guests across five cabins, Seawolf X is anticipated to be a popular addition to the charter fleet thanks to its list of futuristic credentials, from electric cruising capabilities to an on-board artificial intelligence system designed to enhance the guest experience. Inspired by phytoplankton, marine algae that convert sunlight into energy, the shipyard has also been inspired by biomimicry to store and use clean energy via advanced batteries and solar panels.

On one-day trips, Seawolf X can cruise in full-electric mode for 100 per cent of the time; on multi-day trips, she can cruise for 90 per cent; and on transatlantic trips, she can still cruise in electric mode for 80 per cent of the time. When moored, Seawolf X will operate in “hibernation mode”, significantly reducing consumption and even allowing energy to be returned to the quay or property. Recharging at the shore takes five hours.

Main Saloon | Seawolf X

Designed by Fulvio De Simoni Yacht Design, Seawolf X’s exteriors are a clear nod to the yacht's sustainable – and futuristic – direction, with a sweeping, low profiled hull. In a bid to break from normality and “liberate [people’s] minds from preconceptions” around catamarans, Fulvio De Simoni Yacht Design took several design cues from the automotive world and opted for a dual inverted bow configuration. Solar panels have also been integrated into the design, which contribute to elevate energy consumption on board.

The yacht’s interiors have been created by New York-based design firm Meyer Davis, and follow the yacht’s sustainable theme. Taking inspiration from the sun, sea and sand, Seawolf X’s interiors are relaxed with light woods, natural light and wide-open spaces, including a 100 square-metre lounge and dining area.

The on-board Rossinavi AI system is designed to enhance the guest experience by analysing vessel operations, anticipating guest needs, and promoting eco-friendly practices. It also monitors the battery pack to maintain optimal charge levels between 20 and 80 percent.

Entertainment on board includes a Jacuzzi, an expansive sundeck with plenty of room for sunbathing and an additional hidden Jacuzzi in the bow, as well as a convertible home cinema.

Seawolf X is available to charter with Cecil Wright and Partners with a weekly summer rate of €420,000. Her inaugural charter season will be spent in the Mediterranean before heading over to the Caribbean for winter cruising (with availability over Christmas and New Year).

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Rossinavi   42.75 m •  2024

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