Rosetti Superyachts has revealed a 52 metre supply vessel concept at the Monaco Yacht Show.
The concept has been designed by Phi Design Lab’s Giovanni Griggio and will offer “the typical functionality” of a support vessel combined with “the design features and quality finish of a superyacht”, according to the yard.
Key features include a spacious 142 square metre aft deck equipped to carry water toys and helicopter and an aft tender garage that can be transformed into an 80 square metre beach club using folding hull doors that become two terraces once deployed.
Forward of the aft tender garage is a gym and spa, which includes a sauna and steam bath and is illuminated by light emitting from the glass-bottomed swimming pool on the deck above.
There is a spacious sunbathing area located on the sundeck which can be served by a food lift from the galley. There is also the option to have a forward open-air cinema and room for a second tender on the foredeck.
Moving inside, the yacht features an asymmetric saloon, with a chaise lounge on the port side and two sofas on the starboard. A stainless-steel art feature meanwhile will separate the living room from the dining area.
The interior spaces are lit by large wrap around windows while the galley sits forward on the main deck with dedicated crew access. The master stateroom also sits on the main deck with a walk-in wardrobe, study, bathroom with double access and hamman.
Additional accommodation is for eight guests in four cabins with a choice of either double beds or twins. A crew of eight meanwhile can be accommodated forward, with the captain’s cabin located on the upper deck next to the wheelhouse.
Designer Giovanni Griggio said the yacht had been inspired by various aspects of nature.
“The bio-mimicry that characterises some of the exterior areas, for example, was inspired by the organic structures of leaves,” he said.