Italian shipyard Rossinavi has announced a 52 metre concept at the Monaco Yacht Show named Portofino.
Portofino features three decks and is characterised by wide decks and long windows. The concept is described by the yard as "traditional and modern at the same time" and has been designed with "extensive voyages and transoceanic routes" in mind.
The concept features a 130 sqm sun deck with sun pads, a bar, shaded dining and lounging to port and starboard and sun loungers aft. "It's the longest flydeck in the market," said designer Enrico Gobbi.
The design also allows for a 60 sqm beach club and wellness centre with a sauna and hammam, with the engine room moved slightly forward and tender operations limited to the bow. The beach club area is illuminated by a skylight in the form of a glass-bottomed swimming pool on the deck above.
Al fresco entertaining takes place on the upper deck and is divided into two key areas. Forward of the wheelhouse is a U-shaped lounge with a pop-up cinema screen and a central fire pit, while the aft deck is home to a large, circular dining table.
Team For Design was also appointed to create the interiors for the Portofino project. Floor-to-ceiling windows are used through the main and upper decks to provide ocean views while bathing spaces, such as the main saloon, in natural light.
Accommodation is for a total of 10 guests split between a full-beam owner's suite, which is positioned forward on the main deck, with four guest cabins below. Other onboard amenities include a wine and cigar cellar.
Portofino is powered by twin Caterpillar C32 engines that deliver a top speed of 15 knots and a range of 4,000 nautical miles when cruising at 12 knots. The project will also be fitted with twin stabilizers and zero noise technology that "dramatically reduces noise and vibrations," the yard said.
The Portofino 52 will sit beneath the 500GT threshold with a 2.45 metre beam for shallow water cruising and naval architecture courtesy of Arrabito Naval Architects.