Construction progress on 38m Rosetti explorer

[dropcap]A[/dropcap]fter the keel laying in May, construction of the new Rosetti Superyacht (RSY) 38m EXP is on schedule for her delivery in spring 2021. The steel hull is near completion and will be soon joined to her aluminium superstructure.

With a length of 37.83m and a maximum beam of 8.85m, Rosetti 38 EXP is powered by twin MAN D2868 LE 425 engines (588kW) and rated at approximately 400GT. The round-bilge, displacement hull with bulbous bow, broad and flat stern sections and extended skeg has been optimised to cruise at between 10 and 11 knots. The yacht is provided with electric fin stabilisers to reduce the noise levels as much as possible at anchor. It is also equipped with a powerful electric bow thruster and independent rudders for maximum manoeuvrability in restricted areas. The displacement explorer is designed for cruising long distances in total safety and autonomy.

The decisive and modern exterior lines, interior layout and naval architecture are by Hydro Tec, whereas the refined interior design is by the Ravenna-based studio BurdissoCapponi Yachts & Design.

The exterior design is classic in proportion but contemporary in style with tense, angular lines.

The interior design is the joint effort between the italian design studio and the owners, who clearly expressed their tastes and requirements from the very beginning.