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Two New Additions to Rosetti’s Custom Collection

RosettiRosetti Superyachts has officially presented two new additions to its custom collection of classic superyachts, supply vessels and expedition yachts designed by Tommaso Spadolini. Since unveiling its first 85m Supply Vessel concept to wide acclaim, Rosetti Superyachts (RSY) has been analysing the market to develop custom solutions that meet the needs of today’s discerning owners.

The results of this research are two concepts at opposite ends of the size spectrum that combine the brand’s technical expertise with the design flair of Tommaso Spadolini. With exterior styling and signature strip windows by the renowned Italian designer, the 48m Supply Vessel is a sub-500GT, pocket-sized version of her larger cousin.

“Incorporating the philosophy of our 85m Supply Vessel into a 48m yacht of less than 500GT was quite a challenge,” says Mr Fulvio Dodich, RSY Partner and Chairman. “It meant optimising the interior and exterior layout to ensure efficient use of space, while maintaining independent circulation flows for guests and crew. At the same time, we were able to offer custom options to suit the lifestyles of different owners and enhance the yacht’s flexibility.”

The 85m Superyacht of 2,700GT is based on the same technical platform by Rolls Royce as the 85m Supply Vessel, with minor modifications to account for the different weight distribution of the superstructure, but her exterior styling by Tommaso Spadolini reveals a very different purpose. “Simplicity and elegance are the leitmotifs of the exterior design,” says the designer Tommaso Spadolini. “Whereas the Supply Vessel has more utilitarian lines befitting her explorer vocation, the superyacht has a softer, more sinuous profile, while the reverse bow adds a hint of determination and aggression. This is a high-volume superyacht that offers huge owner and guest spaces, both inside and out,” says Mr Dodich. “But as always, we can offer bespoke solutions. We have developed a version with four decks instead of five, for example, which reduces the gross tonnage and provides a more sporty profile. It’s completely up to the individual client.”

“These two new proposals illustrate the ability of RSY to meet market aspirations for custom vessels of varying function and size, without compromising on construction quality and seaworthiness,” concludes Mr Dodich. “They are Made-in-Italy yachts designed and built to the highest technical and safety standards that distinguish the entire Rosetti Marino group of companies.”