Rossi Navi has recently announced a new 65-metre motor yacht concept design by the renowned Italian designer Tommaso Spadolini. The 65M Spadolini yacht will be able to accommodate 12 private or charter guests in 5 luxuriously furnished cabins plus the owner’s stateroom.
The new 65 metre Spadolini yacht was born from a long collaboration between the shipyard and Tommaso Spadolini. Her design incorporates different needs and expectations of existing Rossi Navi owners, obtained from long interviews and concept testing. The 65 m superyacht line is very innovative “Rich and Elegant” with just a few essential lines. She is the biggest of her series and is for the owner, who prefers big volumes and overall comfort with no sacrifices on power and speed.
The general arrangements of the new Spadolini designed 65 m series for Rossi Navi show a yacht developed on two decks and a half. The Owner’s suite is situated on the second deck, featuring a large private terrace. There are five additional guest cabins with the yacht offering accommodation to 12 guest in total.
The yacht can be powered by either two MTU 16V 4000 93 L models or two MTU 20V 4000 M93 L models allowing her to cruise at 17 knots in either case. The maximum speed reached when the larger engines are installed is 22 knots. Range of 1,500 nautical miles is achieved at a cruising speed of 17 knots or 2,500 nautical miles at economic speed of 12 knots with the smaller engines installed.
Although Rossi Navi shipyard’s beginnings go back many years as a builder contractor for several important luxury yacht building companies, such as Codecasa, Benetti, Viareggio Super Yacht, it is only seven years ago, that Rossi Navi have decided to build their own vessels. Rossi Navi has four production sites, two of which are in Viareggio and the other two are located in Pisa near the airport.
Technical Features of the Tommaso Spadolini designed 65-metre motor yacht for Rossi Navi:
BUILDER: Rossi Navi
DELIVERY: three years from signature contract
LOA: 65 m 213’3”
BEAM: 12 m 39’4”
DRAFT: 2.8 m 9’2”
GROSS TONNAGE: 900 Tons
DESIGNER: Tommaso Spadolini Design
NAVAL ARCHITECT: Arrabito
FUEL TANKS 110.000 lt
EXTRA FUEL 60.000 lt
FRESH WATER 25.000 lt
SEWAGE WATER 12.000 lt
BALLAST WATER 30.000 lt
MAX SPEED: 20 / 22 knots
CRUISING SPEED: 17 / 19 knots
RANGE @ CRUISING SPEED (with extra fuel): 1.600 n.m.
RANGE @ 12 KNOTS (with extra fuel): 2.500 n.m.
ENGINES: 2 x 3.440 KW (2 x 4615 BHP) or
2 x 4.300 KW (2 x 5776 BHP)
ENGINE MODEL: MTU 16 V 4000 93 L or
MTU 20 V 4000 M 93 L
3 x 250 KVA ‐ 400 V at 50 HZ Caterpillar mod. C.9 with set for automatic parallel operation
1 x 103 KVA 400 V at 50 HZ Caterpillar mod. C4.4 for emergency
SHORE POWER: 400 V at 50 HZ three phase
200 V at 50 HZ for guests’ accommodation
24 V DC for navigation users and emergency lighting
Air Conditioning: Frigomar or Condaria
Bow Thruster: NAIAD MARINE VT 100
Stabilizer: NAIAD MARINE
Desalinator: Tecnicomar BICOMPACT 4000 600 lt/h
Boiler: 4 x Gianneschi of 400 lt – 7,5 Kw
Fuel oil purifier: ALFA LAVAL MMB 304 ‐ 1.400 lt/h
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