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News: 52M Superyacht "Florentia" Launches In Italy

Discussion in 'RossiNavi News & Launches' started by Yacht News, Jun 15, 2020.

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  1. Superyacht "Florentia" Launches In Italy
    Another yacht has been launched in Italian waters. This time the build features a design by Vafiadis Design on the exterior and A++ Design on the interior. Rossi Navi started build in late 2017 after contract signing. The 4-deck superyacht was constructed with a steel hull and an aluminum superstructure. With an 800GT interior volume, "Florentia" is a spacious 52-meter yacht. Up to twelve guests and eleven crew members can be slept onboard. The master suite is full beam as expected and located on the forward end of the main deck dominated by ample side windows.
  2. Expect a 15-knot top speed from this yacht as she is using a pair of CAT 3512E diesels. Therefore cruising speed will be 13.5-knots and at continuous 10-knots an impressive 5,000 nautical mile range is possible. This yacht is all about light neutral tones both inside and out and can be seen in her sand colored hull and white superstructure. The interior is also light and airy with neutral and earthy tones. Leather, Light wood run throughout the interior.
  3. Special features you can expect to see onboard include a private balcony for the master suite, the VIP stateroom opens onto the fly deck and also boasts a private balcony. A stunning central staircase that the interior designer keeps highlighting has been fitted. With the yacht now launched from the yard in Pisa, work will continue towards her sea trial period. At the start of June the yard launched the 49-meter "EIV" continuing a busy period after the covid-19 restrictions.

    For more information:

    Rossi Navi
    Via Marina di Levante, 4/B - 55049
    Viareggio - Lucca, Italy

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