Construction is progressing well on Rosetti Superyachts' inaugural superyacht project: a 37.83-metre explorer yacht which is scheduled for delivery in May 2021. The keel for the Rosetti 38m EXP was laid in May this year, with new details about her design and layout revealed at this year's Monaco Yacht Show. Photo: Georgia Tindale / SuperYacht TimesThe aluminium superstructure of the project is nearly complete and will soon be joined to the steel hull, with painting and fairing expected to begin in January/February next year.Photo: Georgia Tindale / SuperYacht TimesThe "tense, angular lines" and "contemporary styling" of the vessel's exterior design is by Hydro Tec and her interiors are from the drawing boards of BurdissoCapponi Yachts & Design, a studio which is also based in Ravenna.
The interior design was developed in close collaboration with the owner and is characterised by an interplay between white lacquer, light and dark woods throughout the vessel. It features a central staircase as its centrepiece with a three-storey sculpture illuminated by a skylight.Photo: Rosetti SuperYachtsPhoto: Rosetti SuperYachtsOn board, she will accommodate up to 10 guests across five staterooms, comprising a main-deck master suite and four additional cabins located on the lower deck. Photo: Georgia Tindale / SuperYacht TimesUpon completion, the Rosetti 38m EXP will have a volume of around 410 GT and an 8.5-metre beam, with power for the vessel provided by two MAN D2868 LE 425 575kw engines which allow her to cruise at 10-11 knots. Photo: Rosetti Yachts