Rossinavi has launched the third hull in its Prince Shark series, N2H which according to reports, stands for “nice to have”.
Launched on 29th April, N2H’s interior and exterior designs were completed by Team for Design, and her naval architecture penned by Arrabito and an in-house team at Rossinavi. She follows the first two hulls of the Prince Shark series, Param Jamuna IV and Polaris, but with a number of new distinguishing features including a steel and aluminium displacement hull, rather than all-aluminium.
Chief designer Enrico Gobbi commented, “The geometry, the proportions of the boats are the same, but with some different styling details. On the first two units you had very aggressive and minimalistic sharp edges. This boat is a bit softer, all the edges have been rounded.”
Standout features on board include a pool with waterfall, on-board cinema located on the upper deck, and a custom Swarovski sculpture running down the centre of the staircase. There is also a private office in the owner’s suite, and large fold-down balcony.
Alongside the owner’s suite, accommodation consists of three double guest cabins and one twin, located amidships on the lower deck. There is also room for eight crew, located forward of the deck.
N2H is powered by two 1,300hp Caterpillar C32 ACERT engines, and is reportedly able to reach a top speed of 15 knots. She can also cruise up to 3,300nm at a speed of 12 knots, and has a total fuel capacity of 30,000 litres.
For more information, visit Rossinavi.