Pininfarina and Rossinavi have unveiled their new superyacht concept, 'Super Sport 65,' at the 60th edition of Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show. Super Sport 65 is a nod to Aurea, the brand's first collaboration with Rossinavi, and features a design that connects the bow to the stern with a single line, dressed with incredibly captivating features.
"Pininfarina and Rossinavi speak the same language and share the same passion and values," commented Paolo Pininfarina, Chairman of the Group. "Leveraging on this common background and vision, Pininfarina is in the best position to express its creativity, taking inspiration from our sports cars and translating their sleek and fast lines into the design of a super yacht. The result is innovative, a pure synthesis of elegance and sportiness."
Made entirely in aluminum, Super Sport 65 has an overall length of 65.50m, a maximum beam of 11m and a draft of 2.20m for easy access to those bays and ports that otherwise would not be able to accommodate a boat of such stature. Super Sport 65's design is characterized by wide-open spaces and includes six cabins to host at least twelve guests in addition to the seven cabins reserved to the captain and crew members.
The sinuous design of the main staircase is inspired by the air intakes of the most performing road vehicles and merges organically into the floor to ceiling windows. A hot tub and a custom made spacious sofa at the stern warmly welcome the guest on board this majestic jewel of the sea.
"The only limit in the design of sports boat is the impact on the general floorplan. For this reason, creating a nice balance between interior architecture and exterior design is always challenging," said Federico Rossi, COO of Rossinavi. "With Super Sport 65 we have overcome this limit. We enter a new design dimension with the lower deck's layout to the large areas dedicated to the crew and to the captain's cockpit and engine room. The elegant and spacious design of the common areas including the main saloon and a larger owner's cabin at bow all the way to the salon of the upper deck are the result of this new design direction which culminates in the flying bridge with Pininfarina's signature super car design."
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