Rossinavi, the Italian superyacht manufacturer, has announced the sale of Project Lux 49 to an American client. Lux 49’s exterior lines were penned by Horacio Bozzo and the interiors were designed by Enrico Gobbi. Lux 49 is a full displacement vessel with a focus on comfort. Special attention has been paid to her seakeeping abilities and noise reduction. The deal was brokered Javier Navarro of Zarpo Yacht.

Lux 49 has been designed to be suitable for all types of sea conditions, including the adverse seas of the Pacific. “The latest Rossinavi long-range yacht. Lux is born for a comfortable, long and unrestricted navigation. She has a steel hull and aluminium superstructure,” comments Federico Rossi, COO of Rossinavi.

A great deal of attention has been paid to the optimisation of her internal and external spaces, with the opportunity to have a very large garage on the bow. “This yacht houses tenders on the bow side leaving a greater space for the owner’s leisure activities to the stern,” continues Rossi.

At 49m long, Lux 49 has a beam of 8.8m, falls below the 500gt regulatory boundary and has a range of 3,800kn at around 10kts. She is powered by 2 x CAT C32 – 2 x 1081kW engines.

Lux 49 is due to be delivered to her American owner in the spring of 2021.

According to Superyacht Intelligence, Rossinavi has delivered an average of 1.4 vessels per year since 2014. However, the Italian shipyard delivered three projects in 2017 and two in 2018, suggesting perhaps that the yard is experiencing a period of gradual but sustained growth. A further three project are due for delivery in 2020, albeit there are currently no projects due in 2019.

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