New RSY 40m Explorer Interior Details Revealed by Rosetti Superyachts and Luxury Living Group

Following the success of 38m Emocean, Ravenna-based shipyard Rosetti is “relaunching” Superyachts with RSY 40m EXP, a Hydro Tec project that bears the Luxury Living Group signature in interior design and furnishing. For 40 years, the Luxury Living Group has been a leader on four continents in designing, manufacturing and distributing luxury furniture for some of the most important international brands: Versace, Dolce&Gabbana, Trussardi, Bentley Motors and Bugatti, in addition to its own Luxury Living brand.

RSY 40m EXP

For the RSY 40m EXP, Rosetti Superyachts has also chosen to present the client with a clearly defined interior design proposal.


Main salon

“The partnership with Luxury Living Group stems from our desire to present a project like the 40m EXP in a different way, already proposing an elegant and modern furnishing solution developed with a company that produces luxury and custom-designed furniture. 40m EXP gives us the opportunity to explore some of the features already glimpsed at the 38m EXP and also offer it in different interior solutions, with customization tips that can be clearly adapted to the needs of the customer,” says Andrea Giora, sales & marketing. Director of RSI.


exterior

The new explorer has already proven itself by the 38 m long sea platform of EXP, an optimal bow section and a longer, flatter and relatively dry stern. The yacht combines the excellent qualities of an explorer (cruising range of more than 5,000 nautical miles at a speed of 10 knots, considerable fuel and water tank capacities, as well as galley and storage), with the exquisite elegance and taste.


After carefully examining the features of the RSY 40m EXP, Luxury Living Group opted for a decor of rare elegance where consistency is key: both in terms of individual furniture (with items selected from all LLG collections) and in terms of of substances, essences and metals. A neutral and soothing palette prevails on board “illuminated” by pops of color that warm and enliven the environment, allowing the owner or interior designer to customize it to their liking.


Main salon

The main salon stands out for its brightness, accentuated by the play of reflections on the ceiling mirror: the white “cloud” of the walls, the sofa and the large dining table with a Carrara marble top is warmed by the metal finishes (a red thread throughout the yacht), by the marble or bronze coffee tables, the lamps and the delightful dining room chairs, which, like the poufs, come in the specific shades of acid yellow to brighten up the surroundings.


Owner’s suite

In the owner’s suite, neutral dove grays predominate, warmed by flashes of cognac, blue and the sculptural movement of the wall that extends from the head of the bed to the ceiling. Very refined are the dark wooden vanity and the iconic Kingston armchair from Bentley Home.


Owner’s suite

Capitalizing on the same pursuit of contrast between neutral tones and color and texture, the lounge on the bridge deck offers a cozy modular sofa from the Trussardi Casa line that lights up with blue accents to complement the D&G Casa armchairs in their Mediterranean blue theme. The finishing touches added to this space are the accessories and decorations that match those in the main salon.


Sky Lounge

The bridge deck in the outdoor version is embellished with unique furniture from the Stiletto line by Versace Home presented at the Salone del Mobile 2022, decorated with a jungle pattern.

“It is a pleasure to work with a shipyard as young and full of potential as Rosetti Superyachts, which received some significant recognition from the nautical world this year in London and last year in Cannes,” said Andrea Gentilini, CEO of Luxury Living Group.

Rosetti, the evolution of Rosetti Menotti, was founded in 1925 and is a world leader in both the engineering and construction of onshore and offshore installations, as well as a wide range of commercial vessels ranging from ocean tugs and platform supply vessels to passenger ferries equipped with state-of-the-art equipment for propulsion, automation, navigation aids and control systems.

credit: Rosetti Superyachts

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