About three years after Rosetti Superyachts became the yachting arm of the commercial shipbuilding conglomerate Rosetti Marino, it celebrated its first launch. The 124-foot (37.83-meter) RSY 38m EXP slipped into the water this week. The owners, hands-on since keel-laying in 2019, were present for the official launch and christening, along with their family. Seasoned cruisers,
In an ongoing effort to connect its commercial-vessel experience to the yachting sector, Rosetti Superyachts has developed a shadow-yacht concept with HydroTec. The Rosetti 55-meter Support Vessel serves the same role as other support craft. However, she does so with a full luxury interior, a departure from the typical approach right now. This 180-footer (55-meter)
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
With 95 percent of the welding work done, and 15 percent of the woodwork installed, the Rosetti 38m EXP keeps progressing. Rosetti Superyachts (RSY) has been collaborating closely with the owners, even in matters where most owners don’t personally get involved. Signed in 2019, this 124-foot (37.8-meter) long-range cruiser is for an owners’ party of
Rosetti Superyachts has its first project under construction. It laid the keel for a 124-foot (37.83-meter) long-range cruiser in May for owners well versed in yachting. They are additionally quite hands-on for the design, construction, and even eventual operation and management of their 38m EXP. That operation and management should come in springtime 2021. The
A sailing-yacht designer behind an America’s Cup contender as well as a Louis Vuitton Cup racer has created two new motoryacht concepts for Rosetti Superyachts. He’s Giovanni Ceccarelli, and the proposals are each part of the shipyard’s Supply Yacht offerings. Ceccarelli, born and raised in Ravenna, Italy, has a long history of designing sailing craft.