Rosetti Superyachts revealed the new 65m superyacht concept, PROJECT ORCA, inspired by the killer whales, who can travel across the world ocean. The distinct exterior profile with black and white contouring creates a masculine look, while the seakeeping capabilities allow this yacht to travel anywhere from the warm waters of the Mediterranean and the Caribbean to the icy cold waters of Antarctica.
The vessel was designed in collaboration with Meccano Engineering who developed the exterior profile, naval architecture and engineering. With a beam of 12 metres, PROJECT ORCA has a gross tonnage of 1,300 GT.
Four decks host lavish living areas, including a large swimming pool, sunbathing and outdoor dining areas. The helipad on the main deck is designed to carry a helicopter, however, it can also be transformed into a spacious sunning area with sunloungers.
The guest accommodation is offered across two VIP suites and two double cabins on the lower deck. Located on the bridge deck, the owner’s apartment includes a private study, gymnasium, walk-in wardrobe and his and her bathroom. There is a private terrace that provides additional space for the owner to relax in style. Another VIP guest suite is placed on the main deck.
The lower deck garage is suitable to carry a large variety of water toys and tenders. As the layout of the yacht can be designed according to the owner’s individual preferences, there is a possibility to convert half of the tender garage into a beach club.
On the main deck, the salon offers a dining space and a lounge area. The other dining space is on the sundeck, where guests can also have a drink at the bar and sunbath. The sundeck is accessible from all deck by the elevator.
Powered by two CAT 3512 1398kW engines, PROJECT ORCA has a cruising speed of 12 knots and a range of 5,000nm.