In collaboration with Italian yacht designer Giovanni Ceccarelli, Rosetti Superyachts recently presented two new supply vessel concepts. They are two tri-deck ships, both with their main decks devised for extra space to tenders and toys.
Aside from that, the two vessels have an entirely new platform composed of hull lines and structures made with the purpose of eliminating redundant elements from the design of the ships. The steel hull shape of both ships meets low hydrodynamic resistance and with the superstructures built from aluminum and composite materials, the ships have the advantage of having a low center of gravity (which means motion reduction and optimal weight distribution).
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Some relevant features found in both vessels are their infinity pool, their spacious main salons and dining rooms, as well as sun decks (both with their own Jacuzzi), and dining and relaxation spaces. The vessels will also be having a stateroom at the top deck that will allow the passengers to enjoy some lovely panoramic views and also a private terrace.
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The two vessels (35 and 50 meters long respectively) will have the capacity to accommodate eight guests and as we’ve mentioned before, plenty of space for toys (like for example a mini-submarine or tenders). Aside from the materials, they’re made of the quality comfort and performance of both vessels is also assured by their twin MAN engines.