The yacht, also known as project FR032, features an aluminium hull and superstructure. She is designed for long-range cruising, which will be powered by twin diesel and diesel-electric engines allowing her to reach a top speed of 17 knots.
Federico Rossi, chief operating officer at Rossinavi commented, “The new Endurance 50 metre is a fully customised yacht with essential and linear layout, characterised by many minimalist details and lightweight materials.
He added, “This vessel has been designed for a tour of the globe, with the emphasis on seakeeping and a long cruising range.”
Designed by Team 4 Design, Endurance 50 offers a generous full-beam owner’s suite forward on the main deck, complete with private balcony. Enrico Gobbi of Team 4 Design said, “The exterior areas of the Endurance 50 make various configuration possible, including an extensive sun area forward, placed over the wide garage. The outside dining area is on the upper deck, while the cockpit is furnished with luxurious sunbeds close to a panoramic custom pool on aft.”
Her exterior will also feature large sun pads on the aft deck next to the panoramic swimming pool with her interior designed by Achille Salvagni.
The shipyard is currently busy with an additional three superyachts under construction, including 39m and 49m displacement motor yachts, and a 62m semi-displacement motor yacht.
Endurance 50 will be delivered in May 2017.
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