THIS EXPLORER YACHT MIMICS THE OCEANS GREATEST PREDATOR
Italian shipyard Rosetti Superyachts have unveiled a new killer superyacht concept which takes its inspiration from the natural world inspired by the oceans largest predator the killer whale ..
The 65-metre explorer yacht called Project Orca has been developed in collaboration with the Trieste-based Meccano Engineering and features bold superstructure styling, wrap-around glazing and a radar mast which mimics a dorsal fin. The colourway stays true to the projects name "orca" resembling that of a killer whale with its distinctive black and white trim.
Spread over four decks plus a tank-top deck, Project Orca consists of six cabins, comprising an owner's suite, a full beam VIP on the main deck, with two VIPs and two cabins below along with crew quarters. The owner’s apartment is found on the bridge deck and features a ‘his and hers’ bathroom, huge walk-in wardrobes, a large gym and study. This suite overlooks the open aft deck which serves as the owner’s private terrace. The captain is housed in a cabin located behind the wheelhouse.
The explorer yacht also feature a large living area, dining room, gym, study, sundeck with pool, bar and lounge area plus a helipad or infinity pool depending upon configuration.
Powered by twin CAT 3512 1398kW engines, Project Orca can roam the open seas just like its namesake with a basic range of 5,000 miles at an economical cruising speed of 12 knots and has space for cranes plus a large garage for tenders and water toys.
Rosetti Superyachts estimates a 36 month construction time for the first Project Orca explorer.