Rosetti Superyachts

RSY 38m EXP Rosetti Superyachts walks you to its new explorer vessel details

Following the keel laying in May, construction of the new RSY 38m EXP is on schedule for her spring 2021 delivery with the steel hull almost complete and soon to be joined to her aluminium superstructure.

The decisive and modern exterior lines, interior layout and naval architecture are by Hydro Tec, whereas the refined interior design is by Burdisso Capponi Yachts & Design, a design studio based near Rosetti Superyachts in Ravenna, Italy. The displacement explorer is designed for cruising long distances in total safety and autonomy.

Exterior design and layout

The 38M EXP project is being built for experienced owners who are closely involved in all aspects of the design, construction, operation and management of the yacht. They spend long periods on board, so were looking for a yacht that offered comfort and safety in all conditions.

“The exterior design is a reflection of the yacht’s functionality and reliability, which were the key priorities for the owners,” says Sergio Cutolo, founder of Hydro Tec. “Special attention has also been paid to the crew area and to the hold volumes, both essential requirements for long voyages far from ports or marinas.”

The exterior design is classic in proportion but contemporary in style with tense, angular lines. At the request of owners, the designer has made the windows and openings as large as possible.


RSY 38m EXP

The main deck salon, in particular, has large aft windows and sliding doors that offer wide sea views. In addition, two large side sliding doors provide access to the cutaway bulwarks on the side walkways. The space is divided into two main areas: a veranda-style seating area towards the stern and the dining area.

On the starboard side, a custom-designed wine cellar acts as a divider between the guest areas and the owner’s stateroom, which is spacious and well distributed with a fixed side balcony accessible through a sliding glass door. The clients chose this solution because it can be used without requiring help from the crew, thus ensuring greater privacy.

On the lower deck are four guest cabins (two doubles and two twin singles) that are comfortably generous in size and well appointed.

The upper deck lounge is served by a service pantry and the integrated bridge is equipped with a large office area and adjacent captain’s cabin.

Following the keel laying in May, construction of the new RSY 38m EXP is on schedule for her spring 2021 delivery with the steel hull almost complete and soon to be joined to her aluminium superstructure.

The decisive and modern exterior lines, interior layout and naval architecture are by Hydro Tec, whereas the refined interior design is by BurdissoCapponi Yachts & Design, a design studio based near Rosetti Superyachts in Ravenna, Italy. The displacement explorer is designed for cruising long distances in total safety and autonomy.

Exterior design and layout

The 38M EXP project is being built for experienced owners who are closely involved in all aspects of the design, construction, operation and management of the yacht. They spend long periods on board, so were looking for a yacht that offered comfort and safety in all conditions.

“The exterior design is a reflection of the yacht’s functionality and reliability, which were the key priorities for the owners,” says Sergio Cutolo, founder of Hydro Tec. “Special attention has also been paid to the crew area and to the hold volumes, both essential requirements for long voyages far from ports or marinas.”

The exterior design is classic in proportion but contemporary in style with tense, angular lines. At the request of owners, the designer has made the windows and openings as large as possible.

The main deck salon, in particular, has large aft windows and sliding doors that offer wide sea views. In addition, two large side sliding doors provide access to the cutaway bulwarks on the side walkways. The space is divided into two main areas: a veranda-style seating area towards the stern and the dining area.

On the starboard side, a custom-designed wine cellar acts as a divider between the guest areas and the owner’s stateroom, which is spacious and well distributed with a fixed side balcony accessible through a sliding glass door. The clients chose this solution because it can be used without requiring help from the crew, thus ensuring greater privacy.

On the lower deck are four guest cabins (two doubles and two twin singles) that are comfortably generous in size and well appointed.

The upper deck lounge is served by a service pantry and the integrated bridge is equipped with a large office area and adjacent captain’s cabin.


RSY 38m EXP
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