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Launch of New 49m Rossinavi

The 49-metre superyacht Flying Dagger was launched in Viareggio on April 21 by Rossinavi.

Previously known as “Project FR036”, M/Y Flying Dagger was sold in May 2016. This aluminium motor yacht boasts interior and exterior design by Enrico Gobbi at Team For Design.

 

 

The design focuses on minimizing noise emissions to give greater comfort during crusing and wide windows and skylights to allow natural light to flood into the interior and offer guests superb panoramic views.

This is a sports vessel with a true adventure spirit,” comments Rossinavi COO, Federico Rossi, of the yard’s latest vessel.

With a wide-ranging navigation, an intelligent and fuel-efficient propulsion and fully custom made in our atelier.  We worked closely with Team 4 Design to develop an exterior silhouette that is both strong and sleek. This is a truly innovative yacht that can potentially circumnavigate the globe across all types of waters and with a long-range speed.

Federico Rossi, COO of Rossinavi.

 

 

Inside there’s an upper deck saloon with an L-shaped sofa, while the main deck saloon is, naturally, much larger with more soft seating and space for eight to dine around a central table.

 

 

Guest accommodation is divided on two decks, with the spacious full beam owner’s suite on the main deck forward flanked, by an office and ensuite, and four double suites located on the lower deck.

 

LOA: 49.00m (160′)  |  Beam: 8.85m (29′ 3″)  |  Maximum Speed: 27 knots  |  GT: < 500 Tonnes  |  Range: 3,300nm

 

As Flying Dagger was built for speed, she will reach a maximum speed of 27 knots, fitted with three 2,600hp MTU engines and three KaMeWa waterjets. With a cruising speed of 23 knots and her range will be 3,300 nautical miles at 12 knots. The aft tender garage is complemented by a foredeck Jet Ski locker.

 

 

Contact Standen Marine for complete details, layouts and specifications of this stunning Rossinavi design. 

Text: Chris Jeffries, Boat International / Yacht Harbour / Gemma Fottles, Superyacht Times / Standen Marine
Photo Credit: Standen Marine / Superyacht Times / Yacht Harbour