Two months after the launch of RossiNavi’s 45m superyacht Aslec 4, the Italian shipyard has launched the 46.3m displacement superyacht 2 Ladies (hull FR025), from the shipyard’s Viareggio facility.

2 Ladies’ contract was signed by her two owners in September 2010, with construction following four months later, RossiNavi told She was brokered and has been managed by Ocean Independence Zurich.

Mulder Design were both naval architects and exterior designers of the 46.3m motoryacht, which sleeps 10 crew and 12 guests, and has a steel hull and aluminium superstructure. Tommaso Spadolini of Design Studio Spadolini designed the interior.

The provision of maximum comfort for guests was the superyacht’s design focus, and those lucky enough to be a guest on board 2 Ladies will also find a fitness area inclusive of gym, sauna and Jacuzzi. On board entertainment was also important, and consequently 2 Ladies has been equipped with a Kaleidescape television system, on board domotic control system The Lutron, and Apple devices.

Her main exposed staircase of ebony, steel and marble, which run through all of the bridge is, according to the shipyard, one of her most distinguishing elements.

According to the shipyard, 2 Ladies “represents a perfect marriage between northern lines and Italian contemporary style.”

Two additional superyachts are under construction at the RossiNavi shipyard: from the 48m line, hull FR026, also known as Ketos, and from the 49m line, hull FR027, also known as Prince Shark.


LOA: 46.3m
Beam: 8.62m
Draught: 2.8m
Naval architect: Mulder Design
Exterior design: Mulder Design
Interior design: Design Studio Spadolini
Engines: 2 x CAT C32 ACERT 2 x 970 kW
Cruising speed: 14.5 knots
Max speed: 15.5 knots

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