Rosetti Superyachts Reveals More Details of First 38m Hull
by Miranda Blazeby
Currently under construction at Rosetti's shipyard in Ravenna, Italy, work has already begun on the aluminium superstructure with the painting and fairing process due to begin in the new year.
Sold in December 2018, the construction of the hull remains on track for delivery in May 2021.
The yard have revealed more information about the interior design, which has been penned by BurdissoCapponi Yachts & Design. "The owners had a precise idea of what they wanted" says sales director Andrea Giora. "We want to build a really custom made boat."
The interior features various pieces of art, including a striking central staircase with a three-storey sculpture illuminated by a skylight, as well as an interplay of white lacquer, light and dark woods throughout.
Great attention has been paid to the connection between the interior and exterior, with windows and openings made as large as possible at the owner's request.
Accommodation is for a total of 10 guests in five cabins, comprising a main deck master suite and four lower deck guest cabins. The master cabin features his and hers bathrooms, a walk-in wardrobe, and a built-in balcony. "They [the owners] didn't want to have any complicated balconies with hydraulic systems. They just wanted a space that was outside without having to get the crew involved" says Giora.
Moving aft, the main deck has been split into a veranda style seating area offering wide sea views and a dining area. A custom 150-bottle wine cellar meanwhile acts as a divider between the guest areas and the owner's stateroom.
The exterior meanwhile, which comes from Sergio Cutolo's Hydro Tec, features "contemporary styling" with "tense, angular lines".
The yacht's seven metre tender will sit on the upper deck to allow room for a beach club and swim platform. It will be powered by twin MAN D2868 LE 425 engines for a cruising speed of 10 to 11 knots and top speed of 13 knots.
Formed in 2017, Rosetti Superyachts is a new arm of Rosetti Marino Group, known foremost for their construction of ocean-going supply vessels. The 38 metre explorer is the shipyard's first venture into superyachting. "Our heritage allows us to build according to great specification" says Giora. "We have a proper, solid and reliable boat on rough seas and we are very confident and familiar with the construction".
Other designs on Rosetti’s drawing board include a 48 and 85 metre support vessel designed by Tommaso Spadolini and a 52 metre supply vessel, which was unveiled earlier this year at the Monaco Yacht Show.