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maggio 02, 2018 - Tommaso Spadolini

Tommaso Spadolini reveals layout details of the 85m supply vessel concept for Rosetti Superyachts

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The Florence-based designer has released vertical sections of his 85m supply vessel concept with helipad on the raised main deck aft. The drawings reveal several standout features unique to the project: – Two-tier owner’s deck with private forward terrace – Main salon and beach club underneath the aft helipad – Open & covered companionway linking aft deck with forward accommodation “The biggest challenge was to create something different from the look-alike expedition vessels already available,” says Spadolini. “I studied the market very carefully and came up with a masculine, no-frills exterior #design, but it’s the general arrangement that really sets this project apart.” The aft deck arrangement, in particular, offers unique solutions designed to enhance the project’s vocation as an expedition #yacht or supply vessel. To optimise heli operations, the fully certified helideck is ideally placed as far from the guest accommodation and forward superstructure as possible. When arriving by helicopter, the owner can walk from the helipad along the open companionway to the forward superstructure and directly access his duplex apartment. On arrival, the guests can be welcomed in the huge main salon below – complete with pantry, day head and aft terrace – then walk along the covered companionway on the main deck to their forward accommodation. Below the main salon, on the lower deck is an equally spacious beach club with folding side platforms, bar, sauna and massage room and direct access to the portside tender bay. Spadolini had been toying with alternative general arrangements for some time, but the Rosetti project provided the real estate to put his ideas into practice. “Despite the large deck areas dedicated to storage for tender and toys, I was able to develop a vessel with a volume of over 2,000 gross tons split between the forward superstructure and aft guest area below the helipad,” says the designer. “Connected by an open and covered walkway, this is a unique arrangement on a #yacht borrowed from certain working vessels.”

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