May 12, 2018

Project: Rosetti 85m Superyacht

The Rosetti 85m Superyacht project is based on the same technical platform by Rolls Royce as the 85m Supply Vessel, with minor modifications to account for the different weight distribution of the superstructure, but her sleek exterior styling by Tommaso Spadolini reveals a very different purpose.  Both versions offer all the bespoke amenities and more that you would expect aboard a superyacht of her size and gross tonnage, but arguably the standout feature of the 85m Superyacht is the enormous beach club and wellness area. Housing a gym with a panoramic glass wall overlooking the swim platform, plus massage room, sauna and hamman, when the two side terraces are deployed the beam is extended to nineteen meters. The adjacent large garage can hold two tenders and a wide array of water toys.  Another highlight is the master stateroom on the upper deck forward that covers 123 sq/m, excluding the His and Hers bathrooms. The suite has been designed to be completely separate from the guest areas with independent access to a private swimming pool, a guest pool is on the main deck aft, and the touch-and-go helicopter deck.  Four guest cabins and a full-beam VIP suite are located on the main deck forward to take advantage of the large windows and abundant natural light. Besides the beach club, the lower deck is dedicated to the galley and crew area. Indeed, crew services and operational considerations are critical on such a large yacht capable of spending long periods at sea without shore support. For this reason, the yacht has a tank-top deck level with additional cold and dry stores, a workshop, laundry and linen storage room.  Powered by a diesel-electric propulsion package comprising four MTU 2869hp  engines combined with two Rolls Royce Azipull thrusters for optimal hydrodynamic efficiency and low noise and vibration, the 85m Superyacht will have a top speed of 20 knots and a range of 5,500nm at a cruising speed of 15 knots.