Rossinavi has unveiled the first renderings of its 63-metre Project Vector.
The Rossinavi Project Vector, in build for a US client and under the yard name Project 031, is set to pack in quadruple 1,939kW 16V 2000 M94s delivering a top speed of 32 knots. The yard dubs the new yacht “the perfect compromise between a tri-deck motor yacht and a pure speedboat”.
She has a slender 11-metre beam, but she’s not just about performance, as the rendering above of the expansive beach club shows. The range at a comfortable cruising speed of 15 knots will be 3,300 nautical miles.
Also in build at the yard is Project 030, the third Prince Shark and a displacement sister of Param Jamuna and Polaris. She is due for delivery in spring next year. Also due next spring is Project 032, the 50-metre Endurance 50 built for long-range cruising. The 47-metre Longitude 47, designed by Fulvio De Simoni, is an all-aluminium planing-hulled yacht in build as Project 034
Launching this year is Project 035, and though details remain under wraps for the time being, the yard says it is the third Rossinavi yacht bought by this owner. The latest hull sold is 036, a 50-metre now going under the name of Project Aston.
“Today, we are investing in 65-metre-plus projects. We have four new projects with three different propulsion types, including one with Kamewa waterjets, and we have also a very fast shaftline propulsion project with a very interesting consumption profile at a cruising speed of 16 to 18 knots. The third propulsion project is a diesel-electric based on modular power management. The main common aspect of those four projects is the integrated design,” says Federico Rossi, Rossinavi’s chief operating officer.