Italian shipyard Rossinavi has launched its latest 49.9-metre project No Stress at its Viareggio shipyard in Italy.
No Stress is the first hybrid superyacht by Rossinavi and is equipped with AI technology that monitors consumption when cruising in electric mode. The vessel marks the shipyard's ninth collaboration with Enrico Gobbi - Team for Design and shares the same sporty character as seen on previous projects such as EIV and Flying Dagger.
A slender profile matches her fast-displacement hull form and her overall design takes inspiration from the automotive world. The owner's brief required a spacious interior that connects the inside with the surrounding environment, which was achieved through openings on both the hull and superstructure and through the use of floor-to-ceiling windows.
She is the first vessel to be launched under the shipyard's BluE initiative. Power comes from two MTU 16V 2000 M96L diesel engines and two electric motors powered by both the generators and the battery pack. No Stress can cruise in five different operating modes to maximise energy whether at anchor or underway.
Her interior, also by Enrico Gobbi - Team for Design, has not been revealed but is described by the shipyard as "minimal but with accurate architectural details."
Federico Rossi, chief operating officer of Rossinavi, said: “We are very proud to launch our very first BluE project. No Stress is a hybrid vessel characterised by a strong sporty attitude. It is a high-performance super yacht with dual fuel: diesel and battery. Artificial Intelligence allows you to enjoy the electric experience on board to the fullest."
"This is only the beginning, as this technology will be optimised next year, revealing its fullest expression with the launch of the Sea Cat," he added.
Also under construction at Rossinavi is a 66-metre Vitruvius project and a 43-metre, full-electric Sea Cat 40 catamaran with delivery planned for 2024.