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Rossinavi Simply Unveiled a New Marine Model—With 5 New Aluminum Yachts

Rossinavi Simply Unveiled a New Marine Model—With 5 New Aluminum Yachts

The Rossi family is pushing the limits of yacht design once again.

The Italian yachting dynasty, which famously established the Rossinavi shipyard in 1980, just launched a new brand named Nolimits. Targeting a new market segment, the Nolimits fleet comprises five crossovers that sit midway between go-anywhere explorers and luxurious superyachts.

Designed by Fulvio de Simoni, the yachts will crafted entirely from aluminum and range from 98 to 148 feet (30 to 45 meters). The fleet will be constructed in Italy and draw upon the technical prowess the Rossis have gained from building custom vessels over the past 40-odd years.

“After a long experience in building yachts from 500 to over 2,000 GT, it is time to carry this kind of technical vision also into yachts from 30 to 45 meters,” Rossinavi COO Federico Rossi said in a statement. “Vessels suitable for long voyages and spending long periods offshore, while maintaining the same philosophy of luxury and functionality of a superyacht category.”

The bow of a Nolimits vessel.

Nolimits

The initial Nolimits lineup includes the 98-foot NL30, the 121-foot NL37 and NL37+, and the 148-foot NL45 and NL45+. The “plus” versions have a raised pilothouse that allows for a different layout on the upper deck: The 37+ has an indoor skylounge with panoramic views, while the 45+ has a VIP cabin with a private deck.

All fleet members feature wide hulls to increase stability and space. Each yacht is outfitted with generous guest and crew areas to ensure comfort even on lengthy, global voyages. In addition, the vessels sport expansive panoramic windows and spacious sundecks to connect guests with the sea. The sundecks will be fitted with pools, bars, BBQs, sunbeds, and even windbreakers for protection against the elements.

In terms of performance, the Nolimits cruisers will be equipped with heavy-duty engines and generators, a double stabilization system for smooth sailing, and two independent rudders to increase maneuverability. In addition, each yacht has an impressive fuel capacity that enables transatlantic crossings, noise technology that dramatically reduces sound, and an A/C system with chillers that can operate at 150 percent capacity for fast refreshment.

All the vessels are charter-ready, too, and carry the certifications required for traveling in Panama and the Suez Canal. It appears these crossovers know no limits.

Click here to see all photos of the Nolimits fleet.

Nolimits

Source: Robb Report

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