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.
Biomimicry means imitating nature, be it shapes or other elements. Giovanni Griggo applied that principle, specifically the pattern of leaves, in working with Rosetti Superyachts for the Rosetti 52M Supply Vessel. It’s one example of a deliberate break with commonplace styling and design. Griggo is the founder of Phi Design Lab, a studio comprised of
If you’re an explorer at heart, surely you’ve noticed the support-yacht designs aimed at buyers like you. Surely you’ve also noticed many of them are quite large, with significant gross tonnage. Rosetti Superyachts has, too, which is why it now offers the Rosetti 48M Supply Vessel. At 157 feet, she suits more potential owners as
Newcomer Rosetti Superyachts is so serious about addressing serious cruising that its first yacht proposal focuses on unrestrained explorations. Termed the Rosetti 85M expedition supply vessel, she comes from teams with deep roots in both yachting as well as commercial engineering and construction. As mentioned earlier this month, Rosetti Superyachts has experienced management. Fulvio Dodich, formerly
After more than 90 years of constructing commercial ships, an Italian conglomerate is turning its attention to megayachts. Rosetti Marino, dating to 1925, has formed the Rosetti Superyachts division. What’s more, a yachting veteran is leading the way. Rosetti Marino, a publicly traded company, comprises 18 different companies and employs 1,200 people across multiple locations.