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Five reasons why Rosetti Superyachts is your next shipyard

New-Build
Written by
Laura Nicholls

Having established themselves as a key player in the construction of commercial ships, the Rosetti shipyard has something new to offer as they make their move into the superyacht market to develop a range of long-range supply vessels, classic and expedition yachts. With so many shipyards producing top-quality superyachts, it can be hard for potential clients to choose who can be trusted to build their dream superyacht. 

The team at SuperYacht Times is here to help and has challenged Rosetti Superyachts' Chairman, Fulvio Dodich, to give us five reasons why the new Rosetti Superyachts shipyard should be considered first. 

Rosetti Marino in RavennaPhoto: RosettiRosetti’s heritage
Our company heritage dates back to 1925, when Rosetti Marino first opened his historical plant. Since then, we have developed many commercial vessels, which is a unique capability. In comparison to other shipyards, we can offer construction and engineering that is proven to be strong and reliable. 

We are successful in terms of cash flow and we can do a lot with our customer’s money - something which we see is due to our heritage and very important to our customer. Over the last century, Rosetti has launched over 122 vessels - something which I think shows our customers just what we are capable of. Rosetti Marino in RavennaPhoto: Rosetti SpARosetti’s working capacity and capability
With the Rosetti shipyard covering a total of 257,000 square metres, we are the second largest and widest shipyard in Italy, right after Fincantieri, and have 1,200 employees dedicated to our yachts. We recently acquired an additional 50,000 square metre piece of land by the water in order to expand Rosetti Superyachts in the near future. Although there are no current plans to develop that land, the sheds and licences are in place to start building up to 130-metres by 35-metres by 35-metres. Rosetti Marino in RavennaPhoto: Rosetti SpATechnological competence
Our technological competence is very important to us. Not only is it deeply embedded in the Rosetti heritage, but we make sure that the technical elements inside of all our vessels are of a high standard - for example, our dynamic positioning systems. We also make sure that all the technological contents onboard our yachts are necessary and cost-efficient. Rosetti Superyachts shipyard Photo: Rosetti SuperyachtsFlexibility 
We pride ourselves on being very flexible when working with our customers. When we initially sit down with them, we are able to fulfil their dreams, convert them into a project and begin construction. 

Rosetti Marino in RavennaPhoto: Rosetti SpAYoung dynamic team, with great experience
I have personally been working with our dynamic team and am committed to finding young people to join the Rosetti Superyachts team. Building a team for the future is very important and this is one of my personal missions for safeguarding the future of the shipyard. 

We have a team of people that have been dedicated to Rosetti for 30-40 years. These people can pass on their knowledge and ensure future Rosetti people are highly-skilled, well prepared and can communicate well to our customers, regardless of whether they work in the engineering or project management sector. 

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