The Rossinavi Akula superyacht is the shipyard’s fifth largest vessel
Launching their first explorer yacht from their Pisa shipyard, the Rossinavi Akula superyacht has finally rolled out its red carpet as the vessel debuts in 195 feet (59.4-meter) of bold red. With its ice-classed hull, its diesel-electric propulsion will help guide its green global expedition which has “optimized fuel consumption and low impact on the environment”.
“The key concept of this project is that it is a boat for cruising,” stated chief operating officer Federico Rossi. “With the owner’s input, we were able to best express the know-how and skills we have gained through decades of experience.”
The Rossinavi Akula superyacht has an interior volume of 1,215 GT and a 37-foot beam. According to Rossinavi, the living spaces were created by FM Architettura and are “cozy yet elegant”. “Marine research activities and philanthropic projects” are the goals of the yacht’s optimized layout. She will have space for two specially constructed nine-meter tenders, a variety of diving gear, and two six-meter containers that can serve as mobile science labs.
“I was very lucky to meet this owner, who guided and empowered the entire team involved in the creation of this yacht,” said FM Architettura founder Francesca Muzio. “A real ship, a combination of elements that led to an original result: a strong but elegant vessel that fits perfectly with our view of modern yachting.”
There’s also a forward maneuvering station at the below deck of the Rossinavi Akula Superyacht, making room in the bow for an outdoor observation lounge. The emergency generator is situated on the sundeck, which is set up as a technical area in the interim.