Rosetti Superyachts is the new superyacht brand of the Rosetti Marino Group that has shipbuilding roots in 1925 and delivered 119 vessels between 40 and 140m to date. Now they enter the superyacht sector with the aim to built luxury yachts, support vessels and expedition yachts from 40 to 150m.
Developed in Collaboration with Rolls Royce Marine, the first and biggest concept – an 85m support vessel with a helipad features designs by Tommaso Spadolini.
Speaking of the incorporation of Rosetti’s commercial experience into the project, Spadolini says: “This is the most ‘authentic’ yacht I’ve designed in my 40-year career. A fundamental part of the design process was reviewing the many commercial ships launched by Rosetti to date. These rugged, seaworthy vessels are required to operate around the clock in all weathers, and that same DNA has been integrated into the design of the 85m expedition concept.”
On board, she accommodates guests across four double cabins on the main deck. An expansive full beam owner’s suite on the owner’s private deck features a private lounge, study and access to the open foredeck with pool. Another salon aft serves as a media room and/or sky lounge.
She is available in two versions, both with a fully certified helipad located amidships or aft. Both configurations come in at 2,200 GT. With minimal modifications to the design, the spacious salon under the helipad can also be replaced with a dedicated helicopter hangar.
The yacht will be powered by a Rolls-Royce diesel-electric propulsion with four MTU 16V 4000 engines coupled with Azipull thrusters to ensure a comfortable trip with low vibration and noise levels and save maneuvers. The yacht has a top speed of 20 knots and a cruising speed of 15 knots.