Italian Shipyard Rossinavi Are Launching 3 New Superyachts in 2020
Good things come in threes.
Italian shipyard Rossinavi has announced it will launch three stunning new vessels, all spanning 30-metres, by the end of 2020. In what is no small feat, the yacht makers are keen to stamp some authority on the superyacht scene through the introduction of the LeL, Florentia 52 and Vector 50.
This 52-metre beauty is the result of a collaboration between Rossinavi and Studio Vafiadis. Featuring a steel hull and aluminium superstructure, she boasts sinuous exterior lines and a classic profile. Florentia 52 is fitted with twin Cat 3512E motors that can churn out between 1207 and 1750 hp each, which gives her a top speed of 15 knots and a cruising speed of 13.5 knots. Plus, she can cover around 5000 nautical miles—that’s 3/4 the way around Australia. Commissioned by a private client, Florentia boasts exceptional outdoor areas where one can retreat and relax onboard.
This 50-metre superyacht brings the sculptural style of your favourite supercar to the sea. Inspired by the aerodynamic beauty of a sports coupé, Enrico Gobbi’s Team for Design created a high-performance superyacht replete with long continuous glass surfaces and sleek lines. She runs like a race car, too. Powered by twin MTU 16V 2000 M96L engines, Vector 50 can deliver a top speed of 19 knots and can cover 3600 nautical miles when cruising at 11 knots. Onboard, the yacht features a spacious interior, including expansive VIP cabins with ensuites, plus a full-beam master suite that has its own private terrace on the starboard side.
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After a two-year construction period, this sleek 50-metre motor yacht has finally hit the water. With exteriors and interiors penned by acclaimed Florence-based architecture studio Luca Dini, LeL (FR038) showcases a dynamic silhouette and sporty lines that are reminiscent of traditional Italian yachts. Or, as the yard says, “LeL is a celebration of fluid forms.” Commissioned by a private client who wanted to pack the vessel with as many spacious living areas as possible, LeL boasts generous gross tonnage and has been built for entertaining (you should see the beach club). But thanks to her aluminium superstructure, she is rather lightweight for her size. Packed with two MTU 12V 4000 M93L engines (with a total of 3470 hp), LeL can cut through the seas at an impressive top speed of 23 knots or cruise at 19 knots, and has a range of 4000 nautical miles.