Rosetti secures first superyacht sale
by Miranda Blazeby
Rosetti Superyachts has announced its first ever superyacht sale. The Italian company has signed a contract to build a 38 metre steel hulled explorer superyacht for a European client.
The yacht has been designed by Hydro Tec and will be built at the San Vitale shipyard in Ravenna in Italy. Delivery is scheduled to take place within 24 months of the start of construction. Rosetti said more details about the yacht would be revealed in January.
Based on the Adriatic coast at the San Vitale shipyard, Rosetti Marino Group has access to a 160 metre dry dock and 4,000 square metres of mechanical workshops, including several assembly halls with overhead cranes capable of lifting more than 90 tonnes.
It also has facilities to build supply vessels and superyachts measuring from 35 to 140 metres.
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.