The chosen name Endeavour II pays homage to captain James Cook’s 18th Century research ship HM Bark Endeavour, and is otherwise known as project FR032.
The long-range cruiser features a covetable propulsion system with two Rolls Royce azimuthing pods driven by twin diesel electric engines; this should allow greater manoeuvrability and a top speed of 16 knots. With a volume of less than 500GT, this aluminium displacement yacht cruises at 12 knots and has a range of 5,000 nautical miles.
Interiors were taken care of by Salvagni Architetti, exterior styling by Team For Design and naval architecture by Arrabito.
The tri-deck yacht includes an enclosed sky lounge with brilliant sea views, as well as a fold-down terrace and long ports to each side to give a more open outdoors experience. Guests can also enjoy upper-deck dining, a custom-designed swimming pool with sunpad, and sleeping space for 10 guests and nine staff.
Endeavour II is the eleventh unit from the Pisa shipyard featuring the South Rossinavi brand.
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