Rosetti reveals two Giovanni Ceccarelli-designed support vessel concepts
by Miranda Blazeby
Italian yard Rosetti Superyachts added two new tri-deck concepts to its range of superyacht support boats.
The two projects, measuring 35 and 50 metres, have been designed in collaboration with Giovanni Ceccarelli and focus on maximising deck space for toys and tenders.
Both designs feature steel hulls and aluminium superstructures with composite materials for the top deck. This results in optimal weight distribution and increased comfort, according to the yard.
With an 8.25 metre beam, the 35 metre concept has enough space for a tender on the main deck, a deployment crane and an optional 6.7 metre infinity pool, which can be covered to make way for space to store a mini submarine.
Other key features include a spacious saloon and dining area, and a forward galley with direct access to the crew quarters.
Accommodation is for a total of eight guests in four en suite cabins while the upper deck is dedicated to the owner’s stateroom, bathroom and walk-in wardrobe.
The 50 metre concept has a beam of almost 10 metres and a main deck on two levels, covering an area of over 170 square metres. The main deck also features a 13 square metre infinity pool, which can be heated for use as a hot tub in cooler climates. Once again, the owner can opt out of the pool and use the space instead to carry various toys or a mini submarine. An additional tender can be housed inside a dedicated garage.
Like the 35 metre, the 50 metre concept features an open plan lounge and dining area, with the owner’s suite again located on the upper deck.
Speaking about the concepts Ceccarelli said, “I wanted to create an original exterior profile distinguished by clean, essential lines that eliminate superfluous elements to arrive at a truly timeless design.”
Rosetti Superyachts chairman Fulvio Dodich added: “These new concepts join our stable of projects developed by two other designers and already presented.” These include two 48 metre and 85 metre supply vessels designed by Tommaso Spadolini, and a 52 metre superyacht support yacht revealed in September last year.
The concepts also come after the yard announced it had sold its first superyacht, a 38 metre steel hulled explorer deisgned by Hydro Tec, in December last year.
Dodich added: “The brand mission of Rosetti Superyachts is to provide our clients with as much flexibility as possible by offering a wide range of different proposals that can be further customised according to their needs.”