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.
Power for both designs would be twin MAN engines, at 1,000 horsepower for the 115-footer and at 1,400 horsepower for the 164-footer.
Did you know this about designer Giovanni Ceccarelli? He was chief designer of Mascalzone Latino, the 2003 America’s Cup contender from Italy.