Italian boatbuilder Rossinavi is having a very active 2016. Operating at nearly full capacity, it has six projects currently being built. Meanwhile, Rossinavi is also bringing innovation in its projects through new propulsion configurations, and it is willing to focus on larger projects exceeding 65 metres in length.
“Today we are investing in 65m-plus new yacht projects,” says Frederico Rossi, Rossinavi’s COO. “We have four new projects with three different propulsion aspects including one with KaMeWa propulsion. We also have a very fast shaftline propulsion project with a very interesting consumption profile at cruise speed (16/18 knots). The third propulsion project is a diesel-electric based on modular power management. The common aspect of those four projects is the integrated design, Rossinavi’s main vision of overviewing the market up to 2020.”
The third Prince Shark Project – FR030
A 48.5-metre steel and aluminium hull to be delivered in spring 2017, whose project has been started only few months ago, is already under construction. Both her interiors and exteriors have been designed by the Italian studio Team For Design, which had already been collaborating with Rossinavi, designing four exterior projects (38.3m Lara I, 48.3m Param Jamuna IV, 47.5m Vellmari, and 48.3m Polaris).
Project Vector – FR031
The 62-metre vessel designed again by Team For Design is a semi-displacement yacht and will be the second largest yacht built at Rossinavi, behind 70m High Power III. Designed for an American client, her order was signed in 2014 and the project has now been under construction since 2015: it will hit the water in 2018.
Endurance project – FR032
A 50-metre displacement expedition yacht designed by Team For Design for the exteriors and by Salvagni Architetti for the interiors, is under construction since 2015. The yacht is undergoing outfitting and has been sold to a German client, who will take delivery of the project in spring 2017.
Project Longitude – FR034
has been under construction at Rossinavi since 2015 and will be delivered in 2017 to a German client. The 49m yacht is currently the only yacht under construction at the Italian yard which hasn’t come from the Team For Design boards and instead has been left in the very capable hands of Fulvo de Simoni for the exteriors and Salvagni Architetti for the interiors.
The only project scheduled to be launched this year. This yacht is the most confidential and no details will be unveiled before the publication of Rossinavi’s Logbook 2017. The yacht has been sold to a longstanding client who has already owned two Rossinavi yachts.
A new order was also signed with Rossinavi: Aston, FR036.