Rosetti Superyachts has just revealed ambitious plans for a 52 meter/171 foot support yacht which will be developed in collaboration with Giovanni Griggio, the Italian founder of Phi Design Lab. Designed with exacting owners in mind, the vessel will combine the functionality of a superyacht support yacht along with a high spec finish and stunning relaxation areas.

Rosetti Superyachts Partner, Chairman and CEO Fulvio Dodich commented that, “We are very proud to introduce to the market a new concept, but moreover a new trend. We are a forward-looking shipyard and we love to work with different architects to offer different approaches to the same category of yachts, It is important for us to demonstrate our flexibility in offering different Supply Vessel concepts. Giovanni is a talented young designer and he immediately understood the DNA of the company.”

The highlight is her 142 square metre/171 foot aft deck space which is the perfect spot for sunbathing and also doubles as a helipad. Remarkably for a yacht of her class, the support vessel boasts a glass-bottomed swimming pool, solarium, gym, steam room and sauna, and two foldout sea-level balconies which create a spacious 262 square foot/80 square metre beach club.

The interior spaces have also been designed with a relaxed lifestyle in mind. The main salon offers a formal dining area as well as a more chilled area with a room-length chaise longe and comfortable sofas all illuminated by wrap-around windows. On the main deck is the full-beam master suite with its own private hammam, while on the lower deck four guest cabins take her total guest capacity to 12 overnight guests.