Based on a hull developed by Arrabito Naval Architects, the 55.2m/181ft concept is designed for spending months at sea in all-weather conditions and as part of the design it incorporates high bulwarks and a plumb-style bow.
The extensive upper aft deck is designed with a touch-and-go helipad and can become an outdoor entertainment area with plenty of furniture for lounging and sun bathing. During the hottest weather, four large rectangular parasols can be used to shade guests across the entire area. The deck area also includes a spa pool, bar and a telescopic lounge which can ascend to the observation deck.
The interior of the main deck makes extensive use of floor-to-ceiling windows to create an observation deck for guests to take in the spectacular sights and wildlife any hour, any weather. The minimalist interior combines form and function to create a sophisticated environment for relaxation and entertainment: The ceiling is reminiscent of a night sky, and the plush wrap-around sofa has plenty of room for all 14 guests. The natural colour scheme is carried throughout the yacht in the use of materials, with wooden flooring and quilted walls.
On the lower deck, there is a large beach club for enjoying clement weather beside the water at any destination and the adjacent staircase connects guests to the observation lounge on the main deck.
The accommodation layout sleeps up to 14 guests across 7 lavish cabins, while the crew quarters are designed for up to 12. MAVERICK 55 is capable of a top speed of 16 knots and when cruising at 15 knots she has a fantastic range of 6,000 nautical miles.
Rossinavi is also currently working on their 70m/230ft flagship superyacht KING SHARK, which is due for launch in 2020.