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Rossinavi's Latest News: Riding the Waves of Luxury

From this year’s three superyachts launches to the new opening in Fort Lauderdale and the participation to Monaco Yacht Show, Miami Living brings you Rossinavi's latest and upcoming news.

Rossinavi announces their participation to the upcoming edition of the Monaco Yacht Show (28 September - 1 October 2023), continuing the journey towards a new generation of superyachts with Alchemy, the 66m vessel launched earlier this year and designed by Philippe Briand with interiors by Enrico Gobbi - Team for Design.

In addition to Alchemy, which will be located right opposite Rossinavi’s booth on the dock of Port Hercule, the shipyard will return with an innovative and experiential platform where visitors will experience the recently-launched BluE technology and preview the upcoming projects of the fleet currently under construction.

M/Y Alchemy


Earlier this Spring, Rossinavi announced the opening of a new sales and after-sales office in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, to service superyacht clients in the USA.

The new office is the result of the shipyard’s relentless global expansion now that Rossinavi is ready to widen its reach and reinforce its presence in the USA.

Based near the harbour of the bustling maritime city in Florida, the new headquarter has been designed to assist current and future clients with sales as well as supporting owners with after-sale services and procedures.

Rossinavi’s sales office will be officially inaugurated and ready to receive guests on occasion of the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show this Fall (25 - 29 October 2023).


The first half of 2023 has seen Rossinavi extremely busy with the delivery of three superyachts which have been launched between March and June.

No Stress, Akula and Alchemy

The 66m vessel Alchemy, a project by Vitruvius Yachts, a brand by Philippe Briand, is Rossinavi’s latest super yacht with diesel electric propulsion and is propelled by pods to reduce the loss of energy between the engines and navigation speed.

The significant reduction of carbon emission is one of the key features of the shipyard’s new vessel and the most important achievement for environmental impact on yachts of this kind.

The superyacht boasts interiors by Venice-based practice Enrico Gobbi - Team for Design and will be on show during the Monaco Yacht Show at the end of September.

Alchemy, a project by Vitruvius Yachts with interior and exteiror design by Enrico Gobbi - Team for Design

No Stress, Rossinavi’s first hybrid vessel launched in April, features a double power system including two diesel engines and two electric motors powered by both generators and battery pack.

When in electric mode, the system is managed by newly developed Artificial Intelligence which allows guests to enjoy the electric experience on board to the fullest.

The 50m vessel No Stress is a sophisticated sports yacht with exterior architecture and interior styling by Venice-based practice Enrico Gobbi - Team for Design.

No Stress, exterior architecture and interior styling by Enrico Gobbi - Team for Design

In June, Rossinavi presented Akula, the shipyard’s first expedition yacht.

The new 59m luxury vessel is a unique project realised by Gian Paolo Nari for its lines and features interior design by FM Architettura.

Fitted with diesel-electric propulsion and dynamic positioning, this Ice Class yacht has been built to fulfil the Owner’s dream of world exploration.

59m Akula was also developed to support marine research activities and philanthropic projects and boasts a large open area capable of stowing a variety of accessories, including two custom nine-metre-long tenders and various diving equipment.

In addition, there is the possibility of loading two standard 20-foot containers on board as scientific laboratories.

M/Y Akula, project by Gian Paolo Nari and interior design by FM Architettura

By ML Staff. Images courtesy of Rossinavi


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