Italian shipyard Rossinavi has announced the sale of new 48.8-metre (160-foot) superyacht Project Vector 50 to an American client. Sold at the 2018 Miami Boat Show, with Allied Marine Superyacht Divisions introducing the buyer, it marks the third Rossinavi project sold to an American client since 2011.
Enrico Gobbi of Team4Design curated her exterior, striking a balance between attitude and elegance. Delivery is expected in 2020 and continues a fruitful partnership between the designer and the shipyard, with recent collaboration Utopia IV having launched earlier this month.
Federico Rossi, chief operating officer at Rossinavi, commented, “Vector 50 is a sports design project with the ergonomic space of a full-displacement boat… Designed exclusively with our American client in mind, the key components and mechanical features are made in the U.S.A., coupled with true Italian craftsmanship.”
Project Vector 50 boasts three large decks, large saloons, a stylish master suite and floor-to-ceiling sliding-glass windows, so guests on board can enjoy panoramic views out. According to Rossinavi, she is fast and light with excellent stability to cruise the sea of the Bahamas, as well as to sail in the waters off Florida because of her shallow draft.
On board, accommodation is provided for up to 12 guests across six cabins, including a forward-facing master suite. Below decks a VIP suite, three double cabins and a twin cabin complete the layout of the guest areas, while the crew quarters can house up to nine staff.
The yacht’s propulsion system has not yet been disclosed, but the yard says she will have a top speed of 19 knots and a cruising speed of 15 knots.
The asking price of Project Vector 50 has been withheld.
For more information, visit Rossinavi.