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Rossinavi moves motor yacht Prince Shark to Viareggio for completion

Rossinavi moves motor yacht Prince Shark to Viareggio for completion

Rossinavi has moved its 49m motor yacht Prince Shark (hull number FR027) from Pisa to its facility in Viareggio where it will be fitted-out and completed.

The three-decker yacht has a light aluminum semi-planing hull and superstructure, which together with twin MTU 12V4000 M93L engines will make her a high-performance vessel with a speed of 23 knots.

Her cruising performance will be guaranteed by Humphree Interceptors and anti-rolling pair of stabilisers will ensure on-board comfort even at anchor.

The yacht's striking modern exterior styling is by Enrico Gobbi who has given her a strong, masculine profile. Inside the yacht will be finished with marbles and other natural materials, and lighting will be used to enhance room settings and create a restful atmosphere.

Prince Shark is due to be delivered in May 2013.

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