A violinist and a soprano serenaded the Rossinavi Piacere as she lowered into the water and celebrated her christening earlier this week. Named after the Italian word for “pleasure,” she represents the joy a family looks forward to experiencing onboard. Previously publicized as LUX, the megayacht features styling by Horacio Bozzo and interior design by
An introduction a year ago has landed a prominent American home designer his first yacht project. Malibu-based Scott Gillen, the founder of the residential design and development company Unvarnished, is responsible for the interior design of a 160-foot (49-meter) megayacht at Rossinavi. Justin Blue, the CEO of the brokerage firm Yachtblue, brought the duo together.
In looking at Polaris, you’d likely expect her to stick to warm-water cruising grounds that megayachts prefer. Interestingly, though, her looks are deceiving. Not only is she heading out into icy waters, but also Polaris is for polar conditions. In fact, her owner requested an unusual ice classification right from the very start. Rossinavi launched
When describing the interior of Florentia, recently delivered by Rossinavi, Carlo Colombo of A++ Design puts it this way. “Florentia’s interior design is inspired by the shapes of nature and ocean waves combined with technology and continuous research of design functionality.” He continues, adding, “The soft lines of the boat’s architecture style pervade the space,”
Serenity and sophistication are at the heart of EIV, a 160-foot (48.8-meter) custom megayacht that American owners look forward to spending time aboard in the weeks and months to come. Having recently taken delivery from Rossinavi, they have U.S. and Caribbean waters on their itinerary. Code-named Project Vector 50 during construction, the megayacht shares some
June 13 saw a private celebration for the launch of Florentia, the latest custom megayacht from Rossinavi. The 800-gross-ton project derives abundant inspiration from nature, both in her exterior lines and her interior design. The exterior-styling design brief for Studio Vafiadis called for “classic features and shapes meet modern details,” explains Stefano Vafiadis. Therefore, abundant