March 13, 2021

New Launch: Rossinavi 70m FR037

Italian shipyard Rossinavi has presented in their facility of Viareggio its latest superyacht, the 70-metre FR037, titled m/y Polaris.  FR037 is the largest built so far by Rossinavi and Ice classes, meaning she is able to navigate in extreme ice conditions, including the polar areas. Commissioned by a private client and previously known as Project King Shark, FR037 is a 1,542GT motor yacht developed with an emphasis on yachting lifestyle, able to move from the warm waters of the Caribbean to the sub-zero conditions. Venice-based architecture and design practice Enrico Gobbi – Team for Design, a longstanding collaborator of Rossinavi’s, is responsible for the interior styling and exterior design of FR037. Key design specifications include: owner’s deck with a private terrace crowned by a surrounding waterfall, which gives zen vibes, six meter long infinity pool located aft on the main deck, equipped with a whirlpool system, ample storage space that can accommodate up to six jet skis and two tenders including a ten meter full-custom limousine tender in-house built by Rossinavi, indoor waterfall that flows over a back-lighted onyx wall in the main salon, soundproof cinema room in the main deck surrounded by wall dividers covered with precious crystal staves, and a wellness centre which includes a fully equipped gym, sauna, hammam, massage room, and a yoga area. It is highly unusual for super yacht in the Ice Class category to have an elegant exterior appearance, with this in mind FR037 is positioned advantageously to favour the exploration of unusual and exciting natural environments, such as Polar Regions, without sacrificing sophisticated design or comfort. Rossinavi FR037 also features the latest diesel-electric propulsion. This is of note because the onboard power management allows to valorise the fuel consumptions, giving advantages in terms of performance and emissions. Another worth-mentioning onboard technology is the Satellite Dynamic System that allows the positioning for ‘dynamic anchoring’ wherever needed, even in extreme weather scenarios. The interior design, developed in collaboration with Carlo Lionetti, co-director of Team for Design, is contemporary and enriched by eclectic hints inspired by the client’s personal taste, which include precious coating materials that characterise all areas, along with refined details, prestigious textiles and loose furniture items sourced from high end international brands, bestowing on the whole interior a luxurious and distinctive, yet warm and welcoming, atmosphere.
Technical Data:
LOA - 70.20 m (230.4ft)
Beam - 12.70 m
Draft - 3.35 m
Displacement - 1542 GT
Fuel Capacity - 
Accommodation - twelve guests in six cabins, twenty crew in ten cabins
Engines - 2 x Marelli Motors 1866 kww
Propulsion - Rolls Royce Azipul AZP085 FP pod drives 
Speed - 17 knots max 15 knots cruise
Range - 6000 nm 
Construction - steel hull aluminium super structure
Project - Arrabito naval architecture, Enrico Gobbi Team for Design exterior and interior
Certification - RINA and Lloyds Ice Class

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