Hull #3 38M Explorer
Hull #3 of the Rosetti Superyachts 38m Explorer is available with a March 2024 delivery date. This would be the sister ship to the award winning M/Y Emocean which the pictures in this presentation showcase.
The 38M EXP is a large volume 432GRT, sleeps 12 in 5 cabins, has an impressive 5,000nm range, designated beach club, massive sundeck with pool, with naval architecture and engineering by well respected Hydro Tec who is one of the pioneers of the explorer segment of the market.
In today's competitive new build segment of the market with order books stretching out to as far as 2026, this is an excellent opportunity to take delivery in early 2024 of a very high quality explorer yacht with trans-ocean range. Interior to be fully custom for the client.
Construction is available to start immediate with full technical specifications complete thanks to the successful delivery of 'Emocean' and the recent sale of Hull #2 which is currently under construction.
Additional information is available upon request including detailed brochure, high resolution general arrangement floor plan, interior & exterior picture presentation, and specifications.
The RSY 38m EXP features sharp and modern exteriors with a straight bow, offering all the comfort and dedicated spaces of a more traditional yacht. Built with a steel hull and an aluminium super-structure, this Rosetti Superyachts displacement explorer is built to cruise long distances in complete safety.
With a beam of 8.85 metres and a gross tonnage of 432 GT, the RSY 38m EXP has volumes that are typical of larger yachts and her 700 square metres of space are divided almost equally between the interior and exterior. The exterior profile is classic in proportion but contemporary in style with tense, angular lines.
The fresh contemporary interior styling of Emocean is based on joinery of light Creta oak and dark smoked oak. A key feature is the main lobby where a bespoke sculpture occupies pride of place in the stairwell. Alternating glossy and opaque lacquers in light but warm tones are used for the furniture finishes.
The main salon has large windows and sliding doors that offer wide sea views, thanks also to the fact that the engine room ventilation shafts have been moved further forward. In addition, two large side sliding doors provide access to the cutaway bulwarks and the side decks. The space is divided into two main areas: a veranda-style seating area towards the stern and the dining area.
On the starboard side, a custom-designed wine cellar with a 150 bottle capacity acts as a divider between the guest areas and the master stateroom.
The owners’ cabin is spacious and well distributed with a fixed side balcony, always on the starboard side, accessible through a sliding glass door. The master stateroom itself comprises a private office, large His & Hers bathrooms and a walk-in wardrobe. The owner’s bathroom features surfaces in marble with both a raw and brushed finish.
On the lower deck is a beach club and four comfortable guest cabins (two twins and two doubles), as well as the crew accommodation (three cabins), a crew mess, pantry and pro-spec galley. Between the upper and main deck there is also a dedicated laundry and storage room.
On the upper deck is located the main lounge area. The tender is stowed on the open aft deck, while a spacious partially shaded is dedicated to an al fresco lounge. The captain's cabin is located adjacent to the wheelhouse with integrated bridge overlooking a huge sun bed at the open foredeck.
The 150-sqm sundeck features a jacuzzi pool with cascade, a large bar unit, dining facilities including a large table for 12 people with chairs and side seats and a gym area.
Between the upper and main deck there is also a dedicated laundry and storage room. For complete independence at sea, the yacht has almost 3,000 litres of fridge-freezer space in the galley and the crew pantry and a technical room on the lower deck which hosts fuel and water tanks sufficient to guarantee long cruises.