The 49.9-metre Rossinavi hybrid superyacht No Stress Two is listed for sale with David Jakabovic of Morley Yachts.
Recently delivered in September 2023, she operates on dual fuel and is the first vessel to be delivered under the Viareggio-based shipyard's BluE initiative. She is equipped with AI technology that monitors consumption when cruising in electric mode and her five different operating modes maximise energy (whether at anchor or underway).
While naval architecture is owed to Arrabito Naval Architects, the exterior is courtesy of Enrico Gobbi - Team for Design and this marks the shipyard's ninth collaboration with the designer. Exuding the same sporty aesthetic seen on projects such as EIV and Flying Dagger, the yacht boasts a slender profile to match her fast-displacement hull. As Rossinavi explains, her "long curves [are] always in tension and streamlined bridges recall the wings of a jet", strengthening her automotive-inspired design.
In line with the owner's brief, Enrico Gobbi creates a spacious interior with floor-to-ceiling windows and openings on both the hull and superstructure, allowing guests to soak up their surrounding environment. The shipyard has described the design as "minimal but with accurate architectural details" combined with "natural and prestigious materials".
Initial images showcase the master cabin's monochromatic, silver-tone colour scheme with soft backlighting, while the rest of the boat is characterised by neutral tones, teak decking and pops of teal furnishings.
Careful consideration has been paid to the connection between different spaces, best demonstrated by the spacious, walkaround bow. The 10-square-metre pool and the aft cockpit DJ station overlook No Stress Two's open beach club.
She is powered by twin MTU engines and two electric motors (charged via the generators and battery pack), making her capable of reaching a maximum speed of 20.5 knots.
No Stress Two is asking €36,900,000.