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Rossi Navi reveals details on its two latest superyacht orders

Rossi Navi has now released more details about its two superyachts ordered in 2013.

The first one, currently known under the hull number FR029, was ordered this spring. She’s a modern replica of motor yachts of the early 1900s, reminding us of some beautiful ladies like Blue Bird built by Goole in 1938. This new yacht has a length of 38.55m with a naval architecture and an exterior styling coming from the in-house team in collaboration with STB Italia.

The interior, designed by Studio Tassin, accommodates 10 guests in five cabins, including a full-beam master suite on the lower deck. Crew quarters are for seven.

On the technical side, FR029 will have all modern technologies. Powered by twin 599kW Caterpillar C-18 engines, she will reach a top speed of 14 knots, a cruising speed of 12 knots and a range of 3,500 nautical miles at 9.5 knots.

The second yacht was ordered this autumn. Named FR030, she will be for another hull in the successful Prince Shark series, but this time in a displacement version with a steel hull and an aluminium superstructure. As a reminder, the first Prince Shark superyacht was introduced this year at the Monaco Yacht Show, while the second hull will be delivered in 2014.

Like her previous sisters, this 48.5m superyacht has a naval architecture by Arrabito Naval Architects and an exterior design by Enrico Gobbi of Team For Design with modern and aggressive lines. The interior, also by Enrico Gobbi, will accommodate 10 guests in five cabins including a full-beam master on the main deck and four doubles on the lower deck.

This displacement yacht is powered by twin 970kW Caterpillar C-32 engines giving a top speed of 15 knots, a cruising speed of 14 knots and a range of 3,300 nautical miles at 9.5 knots.

Both superyachts are scheduled to be delivered in 2015.

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