Rosetti Superyachts is part of the Rosetti Marino Group which was established in 1925. Located in Ravenna with a Representative office in Montecarlo, Rosetti Superyachts offers a range of luxury supply, shadow/support vessels and explorer yachts ranging from 35 to 140 metres.
The Rosetti Superyachts division is new but the pedigree of successful ship construction goes back nearly 100 years. Rosetti Marino SpA is widely recognized as a global leader in the engineering and construction of offshore and inshore platforms and of a wide range of commercial ships from ocean-going tugs and platform supply vessels to passenger ferries.
The Rosetti superyacht sector is currently offering three distinct projects, all drawn by Tommaso Spadolini. These include a 48m and a 85m support or supply vessel (sometimes known as a “shadow” yacht) and a 85m superyacht. Further details and renderings of each are included below:
48m Supply Vessel Yacht
With fascinating exterior styling and strip windows this 48m Supply Vessel Yacht is a sub-500GT, ‘pocket-sized’ version of her larger cousin, the 85m.
The open aft deck of almost 18m in length provides adventurous owners with the required space for carrying large tenders or for touch-and-go helicopter operations (the yacht could also be built according to the Ice Class requirements). Alternatively, it can be used as an open-air beach club with infinity pool – in addition to a second spa pool on the sundeck – along with socialising spaces and entertainment features.
In terms of interior layout, owners can choose to have the master stateroom on the upper deck overlooking a private aft deck, or a full-beam suite on the main deck forward with study, separate walk-in wardrobes and His and Hers bathrooms. In this version, the upper deck serves as a skylounge with external dining facilities. The accommodation for eight guests on the lower deck comprises four generous cabins with en suite bathrooms.
Smooth service is ensured with independent crew access to guest areas and two spacious pantries on the main and upper decks, both served by a dumb waiter from the large galley. For operational efficiency purposes, the chief engineer’s cabin is next to the engine room while the captain’s cabin is located next to the bridge. There is also a dedicated laundry room on the lower deck.
Powered by 2 X MTU 12V2000M72 engines (1080 kW @ 2250 rpm) or by 2 X CAT C32 970 (KW 2100 rpm – B RATING), the 48m will have a top speed of 16 knots and cruise at 14 knots
85m Supply Vessel Yacht
The concept of the 85m Supply Vessel Yacht is available in two versions with a fully certified helipad located amidships or aft, depending on client preference. Both configurations are rated at approximately 2,200GT and can carry large tenders on the deck, but the aft helipad offers several practical advantages: a sailing yacht, for example, can be accommodated amidships without adversely affecting helicopter operations. With minimal modifications to the design, the spacious salon under the helipad can also be replaced with a dedicated helicopter hangar.
The lower deck comprises the galley, crew mess and lounge, and accommodation for 12 crew while the captain’s cabin is on the bridge deck. The main deck houses four double guest cabins with en-suite bathrooms, plus additional crew accommodation.
The full-beam owner’s deck features an open-plan suite forward, His & Her bathrooms, walk- in wardrobe, and aft dining room. The upper deck forward is also dedicated to the owner’s use with a private lounge, study and access to the open foredeck with pool. Another salon serves as a media room and/or sky lounge.
The bridge deck provides maximum visibility, while the open-under lower deck with access to the engine room comprising workshop, laundry, cold/freezer room, dry store, linen store, garbage room and other technical areas.
The lower deck has also space for two tenders, plus several water toys (the rescue boat is stowed in its own covered cradle on the foredeck), a wellness area, the dressing room and a bathroom connected by a corridor to the huge aft beach club equipped with a gym and the fold-down platforms on both sides.
The hull has been developed by the naval architects at Rolls-Royce Marine in Norway to achieve outstanding results in terms of efficiency and seaworthiness, even in heavy weather. Special attention was focused on ensuring ‘dry’ cruising with a distinctive bow designed to reduce the sea spray and a high forecastle deck that is 12.5m above the waterline.
Rosetti Superyachts further chose Rolls-Royce as the supplier for an integrated solution including engineering and equipment as the engines, power electric system and propulsion units. The diesel-electric propulsion package comprises two Rolls Royce Azipull thrusters powered by four MTU 16V 4000 series engines for a maximum speed of 20 knots and a cruising speed of 15 knots.
The 85m Superyacht of 2,700GT is based on the same technical platform as the 85m Supply Vessel Yacht but her sleek exterior styling by Tommaso Spadolini reveals a very different purpose.
Like the Supply Vessel Yacht, the 85m Superyacht offers all the bespoke amenities that you would expect aboard a superyacht of her size but the standout feature is the enormous beach club and wellness area. Housing a gym with a panoramic glass wall overlooking the swim platform, plus massage room, sauna and hammam, when the two side terraces are deployed the beam is extended to 19m. The adjacent large garage can hold two tenders and a wide array of water toys.
Another highlight is the master stateroom on the upper deck forward that covers 123 sq/m, excluding the His and Hers bathrooms. The suite has been designed to be completely separate from the guest areas with independent access to the private swimming pool (the guest pool is on the main deck aft) and the touch-and-go helideck.
Four guest cabins and a full-beam VIP suite are located on the main deck forward to take advantage of the large windows. Besides the beach club, the lower deck is dedicated to the galley and crew area. The yacht has a tank-top deck level with additional cold and dry stores, a workshop, a laundry area and a linen storage room.
The diesel-electric propulsion package comprises two Rolls Royce Azipull thrusters powered by four MTU 16V 4000 M43S (2140 kWe) engines for optimal hydrodynamic efficiency and low noise and vibration allowing the 85m Superyacht to have a top speed of 20 knots and a range of 5,500nm at a cruising speed of 15 knots.