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Rossinavi New Sales Office in Fort Lauderdale & Three New Boats to be Launched in 2023

Updated: Oct 28, 2023

Rossinavi, the renowned Italian ship-maker, has opened a new sales office earlier this year in Fort Lauderdale. This strategic move is intended to effectively promote its award winning super yachts to the discerning South Florida market. The company has also confirmed the exciting news of three new boats that are scheduled to be launched in the near future.


A render of Rossinavi’s Infinity 42 BluE, designed by Fulvio de Simoni


The Italian shipyard reinforces its eco-friendly navigation technology BluE announcing the sale of hybrid electric catamaran Sea Cat and a brand new concept, Infinity 42 BluE.

Viareggio-based superyacht shipyard Rossinavi is proud to announce the opening of its new office in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The office will focus on sales and after sales as well as featuring an experiential room where visitors and potential clients will be able to better understand the thinking, research and development behind its new eco-friendly navigation technology, BluE.

“Green is a vision, an education that has inspired us to research and develop sustainable technologies for the future of navigation. Our efforts are currently focused on a new generation of boats, where sustainability and high performance are the keywords. We are proud to bring our vision to the US, a country that we have been targeting for years, with the opening of a new sales office in Fort Lauderdale, Florida” - Federico Rossi, COO Rossinavi

For Rossinavi, 2023 also sees the launch of three new superyachts realised in collaboration with prominent international naval architects and design studios such as Philippe Briand, Enrico Gobbi - Team for Design and FM Architettura among others.



ALCHEMY, MARCH 2023

Commissioned by a private American client, Alchemy is a 66-metre multi-deck motor yacht featuring clean lines designed by acclaimed London-based naval architect and yacht designer Philippe Briand, Founder of the revolutionary range of motor yachts Vitruvius, while the interior styling is by Venice-based Enrico Gobbi’s Team for Design



NO STRESS, APRIL 2023

No Stress is a 50-metre unique sports yacht with exterior design and interior styling by Enrico Gobbi – Team for Design, a longstanding collaborator of Rossinavi. The project features sleek, strong lines and a slender silhouette with continuous window surfaces for panoramic views. No Stress is Rossinavi’s first super yacht with hybrid propulsion.



AKULA, JUNE 2023

The 60-metre elegant vessel features exteriors conceived by Viareggio-based yacht designer Giampaolo Nari and innovative interior concept by FM Architettura headed up by the talented architect and superyacht interior designer Francesca Muzio. Akula has been commissioned by a private client who is planning to take the vessel around the globe and is working closely with the interior design practice on refining the decor with items, furniture and accessories that will be found all over the world.


BLUE TECHNOLOGY, SEA CAT AND INFINITY 42


Rossinavi’s Sea Cat


BluE is Rossinavi’s technological exploration for Eco-sustainable yachting. The concept was introduced in 2022 on the occasion of Milan Design Week with Rossinavi’s first immersive installation The Underwater Experience.

The very first boat concept marking the new generation of super yachts presented by Rossinavi, Sea Cat, is now under construction.

The 42.75metre catamaran was born from a collaboration with Fulvio De Simoni Yacht Design and it marks the first multihull project for the shipyard. Solar energy is at the core of the build and the Sea Cat will have multiple modes of operation for day trips, multi-day cruises and nights spent at anchor, the sophisticated AI and centralised control system allows it to maintain the battery status between 40% and 80% so as to preserve the battery and make it last longer. The catamaran can be programmed to navigate 80% in full electric mode, using only 20% of diesel electric support. On trips of 80 nm, for example, the catamaran can operate in a full-electric mode.

The soon to be launched Infinity 42 is the result of Rossinavi’s BluE technology transferred into a mono-hull. Also conceived by Fulvio De Simoni Yacht Design, the new boat concept is entirely made in aluminum and features a reduced draft for pleasant navigation even in shallow waters. It is equipped with solar panels and a capacious battery pack.


By ML Staff. Images Courtesy Of Rossinavi

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