An all-aluminum megayacht bearing sinuous curves like a sports car, the Rossinavi Super Sport 65 promises speed to match. Anticipated to exceed 30 knots, and with a volume close to 1,000 gross tons, the 215-foot (65.5-meter) project is the second collaboration between the Italian shipyard and the Pininfarina design studio. Specifically, the duo previously paired
Putting a dual emphasis on cruising and racing, the 100-foot (30.48-meter) Wallycento Tango took to the water this week. She represents hull number four of Wally’s aptly named Wallcento sailing-superyacht series. What’s more, within a month of delivery, she’ll compete at Les Voiles de Saint Tropez. Every Wallycento follows a box rule. Each also can have different builders
Two-hundred thirty feet (70 meters) of sinuous curves, and liberal relaxation. Those are the primary focuses of Aurea, a concept created by Rossinavi and Pininfarina. They mix automotive influences with extra-indulgent superyachting ones, but in ways you probably have not seen. Most important, Aurea is based on a proven technical platform, ready to be built.
Named in honor of Pininfarina’s 85 years in business, Ottantacinque is a “sculptural floating home,” as the design firm’s chairman puts it. She’s a concept conceived with Fincantieri that embraces the two Italian firms’ strong Italian roots, too. Rising five decks high and measuring 281’8” (85.9 meters), Ottantacinque represents the second collaboration between the two