Rosetti Superyachts presents two new additions to its custom collection


48m pocket Supply Vessel and 85m Superyacht

Two new additions to the custom range of vessels by Rosetti Superyachts were announced at the Palm Beach Boat Show.

The first is the 48m Rosetti Supply Vessel, a more compact version of the 85m concept revealed back in 2017.


The new 48m yacht can be used as a big lounge club with a bathing platform and swimming pool or it can be used as a real supply vessel with a lot of toys, explains Fulvio Dodich, CEO of Rosetti Yachts.


In terms of interior layout, owners can choose to have the master stateroom on the upper deck overlooking a private aft deck, or a full-beam suite on the main deck forward with study, separate walk-in wardrobes and His and Hers bathrooms. In this version, the upper deck serves as a skylounge with al fresco dining facilities. The accommodation for eight guests on the lower deck comprises four generous cabins with en suite bathrooms.


The 48m vessel is powered by twin MTU 12V2000M72 engines (1080 kW @ 2250 rpm) or by 2 X CAT C32 970. She will have a top speed of 16 knots and cruise at 14 knots.

The second yacht is the 85m Superyacht of 2,700GT is based on the same technical platform by Rolls Royce as the 85m Supply Vessel, with minor modifications to account for the different weight distribution of the superstructure. Exterior styling is the work of Tommaso Spadolini.


“Simplicity and elegance are the leitmotifs of the exterior design,” says the designer Tommaso Spadolini. “Whereas the Supply Vessel has more utilitarian lines befitting her explorer vocation, the superyacht has a softer, more sinuous profile, while the reverse bow adds a hint of determination and aggression.”


Four guest cabins and a full-beam VIP suite are located on the main deck forward to take advantage of the large windows and the natural light. Besides the beach club, the lower deck is dedicated to the galley and crew area.


Powered by a diesel-electric propulsion package comprising four MTU 16V 4000 M43S (2140 kW) engines combined with two Rolls Royce Azipull thrusters, the 85m Superyacht will have a top speed of 20 knots and a range of 5,500nm at a cruising speed of 15 knots.