Shipbuilder opens yacht divisionDec 1, 2017 by Triton Staff
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The 18-company Rosetti Marino Group, which engineers and constructs high-tech commercial vessels for the oil and gas industry, is launching a yacht-building division under the brand Rosetti Superyacht.
The division, headquartered in Monaco, will build luxury superyachts, long-range supply vessels and expedition yachts from 40m to 150m at the group’s San Vitale shipyard in Ravenna, Italy.
Rosetti Marino Group
Fulvio Dodich, who has held management positions with brands such as Ferretti and Sanlorenzo, is chairman of the new division.
The company’s first concept, developed by Italian designer Tommaso Spadolini, is an 85m expedition supply vessel of 2,200GT with MTU main engines and propulsion systems supplied by Rolls Royce.
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