Rossinavi has entered the field of heavy-duty ice-class explorer superyachts with its new Maverick 55 concept. The project is designed as a luxurious and functional world-cruiser where guests can comfortably and safely navigate the oceans for extended periods in style.
For the project, the Italian shipyard approached designer Gian Paolo Nari who created the yacht’s durable exterior looks. For the interior, Carlo Colombo has been selected while Arrabito Naval Architects took care of Maverick’s engineering and naval platform.
Measuring 55.2 metres in length and with a gross tonnage of over 1,000 GT, Maverick comfortably accommodates up to 14 guests and a crew of 12. A straight bow for pushing through the heaviest of seas and high bulwarks all around the boat makes her a safe and comfortable cruising companion wherever you go.
In addition, Maverick is just as well set up for luxury cruising and offer an abundance of entertainment space outside and exposed deck areas to lounge away the day at anchor. The sundeck is a great example of this with its secluded forward seating area and a sunbathing platform aft complete with Jacuzzi.
Able to carry an entire fleet of toys and tenders, Maverick also makes guest transfers a breeze with the ability to receive its own helicopter, which can also be used to explore the surrounding area from the air.
In contrast to the yacht’s aggressive exterior, inside, Maverick is all about sophistication and style with a sense of opulence in Colombo’s execution.
Designed to cruise into the wilderness unassisted, Maverick’s 150,000-litre fuel tanks ensure that she can safely cruise for 6,000 nm at a speed of 15 knots without having to refuel.