Across the superyacht sector these days, the rallying cry is “connect the customer to the sea.” Nearly every builder and designer is incorporating bigger windows, balconies, and more. Rosetti Superyachts is no different. But, being a new player, plus a division of a commercial shipyard, it’s also striving for differentiation. The Rosetti 52M Supply Vessel is a good example. Rugged looks combine with unexpected features, some literally borrowed from the natural world.
1) Unconventional layout for a supply vessel yacht
This concept offers the functionality typical of a Supply Vessel with an ample aft deck for carrying water toys and/or a helicopter, combined with the design features and quality finishing of a superyacht. The aggressive and sharp shape offers an innovative concept on the Supply Vessel market, with a brand new layout.
2) Full optimization of the exterior space
The rationale behind the design of the Rosetti Superyachts 52m is to offer owners various options to best exploit the outside living areas with an eye-catcher aft deck of 142 sqm that can serve as a helipad or large beach club, plus swimming pool, solarium and shaded living space.
Two folding hull doors open to create two terraces over the sea and the aft tender garage is able to be transformed into an 80-sqm beach club. Forward, guests will find the gym and spa space, including sauna and steam bath, which feature natural lighting filtered through the glass-bottomed swimming pool above.
3) A sophisticated/unparalleled interior design concept
The main salon comprises a central living area based on an asymmetric layout with a chaise longue that extends the length of the room on the port side port and two comfortable sofas to starboard. A stainless steel art feature that recalls the exterior bulwark detailing separates the living zone from the dining area.
4) Strong hull to face any kind of sea condition
One of the guarantee a RSY Yacht is able to offer without compromises, is the reliability and the excellent seekeaping of its hull, thanks to the heritage of the Rosetti Marino shipbuilding experience developed with the commercial vessels. With the 52m SVY you can easily cruise in tropical ares as well as in Iceland safely.
5) The forward thinking of a young designer
The RSY 52m has been developed by Giovanni Griggio from Phi Design a young and talented Italian designer. “I was looking to provide added value with design elements that make this project a unique proposal,” says Giovanni Griggio. “The bio-mimicry that characterizes some of the exterior areas, for example, was inspired by the organic structures of leaves.” These innovative styling motifs break with tradition and what the industry has come to expect in more conventional superyacht designs.