Italian commercial yard Rosetti Marino Group has signalled its intentions to move into the superyacht market, teaming up with Tommaso Spadolini on a new 85-metre concept.
The new 85m flagship has design by Tommaso Spadolini.
The 85-metre has layout options for a central or aft helicopter-landing pad.
The helipad will be connected to the superstructure via a central gangway.
The company’s new luxury department Rosetti Superyachts has described the vessel to be the first in a series of expedition supply vessels that will eventually range from 45 to 85 metres in length. Spadolini has been commissioned to design the entire range.
The 85m flagship has an interior volume of 2,200GT, and is equipped with MTU main engines and Rolls Royce propulsion systems. She will be offered with two alternative deck arrangements, with a central or an aft helicopter-landing pad.
In the version pictured, the helipad is placed directly above a dedicated owner’s suite aft and connected with the superstructure via a central gangway that spans across a plentiful area for hosting large tenders and water toys. Further details on the vessel’s layout are expected to follow in the coming months.
Former Sanlorenzo and Ferretti executive Fulvio Dodich has been appointed as the chairman of Rosetti Superyachts, which will deliver superyachts, long-range supply vessels and expedition yachts up to 150-metres in length.
Dodich said, “We took the decision to launch this initiative based on Rosetti Marino’s remarkable experience, solid financial background and exceptional facilities to create a series of high-level superyachts with semi-custom or fully customisable identities, as well as providing technical excellence and innovative solutions.”
He added that advanced negotiations are already underway with several prospective clients.
The new Rosetti Superyachts division will be based in Ravenna at the San Vitale shipyard where it will have access to a 160-metre dry dock and 4,000 square metres of mechanical workshops, including several assembly halls with overhead cranes capable of lifting more than 90 tonnes.
For more information, visit Rosetti Superyachts.