The three-year-old Rosetti Superyachts has big plans, despite its young age. The shipyard management team has received approval for new, larger facilities, illustrated here. The Rosetti Superyachts expansion will allow the yard to tackle megayachts upwards of 328 feet (100 meters) in length.
Since opening its doors in 2017, the Italian builder has prioritized globetrotting yachts, plus what it calls supply-style vessels. The latter are shadow boats or supply boats, borrowing a number of aesthetic features from the commercial world. (Rosetti Superyachts is a division of the Rosetti Marino conglomerate, which dates back to 1925.) So far, the proposals and contracts from the yard have spanned small- to medium-size megayachts. Now, however, it will break ground on much bigger buildings.
Eventually, the Rosetti Superyachts expansion will see a shed measuring 394’ x 105’ x 98’ (120m x 32m x 30m). This construction shed therefore will accommodate megayachts exceeding 328 feet. Yet another adjacent building will house outfitting departments, such as joinery. That same building will include a showroom for potential and current customers to walk through mockups of rooms and meet with the shipyard’s team, too. Finally, for the convenience of the owners’ team, the uppermost floor of the building will be reserved for private offices.
The Rosetti Superyachts expansion is possible due to the yard, on the Adriatic Sea, occupying more than 753,474 square feet (70,000 square meters). Launches won’t be an issue, either, since it already has a dry dock measuring about 591 feet (180 meters) long and 89 feet (27 meters) wide.
“The investment is testament to the strategic vision of the entire Rosetti Marino Group and our commitment to increase the size range of our product offering,” says Ermanno Bellettini, CEO of the shipyard.
In the meantime, construction work continues on the long-range Rosetti 38m EXP. The owners should take delivery next year.
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