The key to both yacht concepts is carrying lots of tenders and toys.
February 4, 2019
Rosetti Superyachts has unveiled two concepts by Giovanni Ceccarelli for trideck yachts that combine traditional amenities with supply-vessel standards for carrying tenders and toys.
The yachts—designed as 115- and 164-footers—would be built with steel hulls, aluminum superstructures and composite top decks. Both designs show an upper-deck owner’s stateroom with 180-degree views and a private terrace.
The 115-footer would have space on the main deck aft for an infinity pool that, when covered, could serve as a space for a mini-submarine. Four staterooms would be belowdecks for eight guests in addition to the owners.
The 164-footer has a two-level main deck and a tender garage in addition to on-deck space for toys.