The Italian shipyard Rossinavi has announced the sale of a new 48.8-metre superyacht project: Vector 50. Sold at the latest edition of the Miami International Boat Show with Allied Marine Superyacht Divisions introducing the buyer, the sale marks the third Rossinavi project sold to an American client since 2011.
“Vector 50 is a sports design project with the ergonomic space of a full displacement boat and world-class. Designed exclusively with our American client in mind, the key components and mechanical features are made in the USA, coupled with true Italian craftsmanship,” explains Federico Rossi, Chief Operating Officer of Rossinavi.
Enrico Gobbi of Team4Design is responsible for her exterior design and continues a fruitful relationship between the designer and the shipyard, a collaboration in which recently resulted in the 63-metre Utopia IV launched earlier this month.
Performance wise, she will have a top speed of 19 knots and a cruising speed of 15 knots. A total of 12 guests are accommodated on board as well as a crew of eight plus the captain.
Upon delivery which is scheduled in 2020, Vector 50 is expected to primarily cruise in South Florida and the Caribbean. Rossi concludes: “This boat is a step change for Rossinavi. With the increasing and significant interest the shipyard is receiving from the American market we are working to find ways to collaborate with American suppliers in the production of completely tailor-made vessels.”