RSY 38M EXPLORER Rosetti
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Built by Rosetti Superyachts based in Ravenna, Italy, the ROSETTI 38M expedition yacht is constructed with a steel hull and aluminium superstructure. Her naval architecture and exterior styling is the work of Hydro Tec, with the interior styling to be customised by the Owner's choice of a design studio. The launch and delivery are planned for 2021.
NOTABLE FEATURES OF ROSETTI 38M: ~Spacious foredeck ~Prestigious naval architect ~Cutting edge technology ~24-month build period ~Air conditioning ~Wi-Fi
RSY 38M EXPLORER Specifications
|More Yacht Info:||Expedition Yachts|
|Builder/Designer:||Rosetti Yachts, BurdissoCapponi Yachts & Design, Hydro Tec|
Current concept images show a raked bow, an extended foredeck with a bridge deck overhang and interiors located amidships. The aft areas provide large social spaces and floor-to-ceiling windows in the hull allow the lower deck to receive as much light as the main deck and above.
The interior design has yet to be revealed by the shipyard.
The accommodation layout for guest and crew has yet to be revealed by the shipyard.
Amenities and Extras
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