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Rossinavi Just Launched a Custom, Full-Aluminum 164-Foot Superyacht

Rossinavi’s newest fleet member is big on style and space.

The 164-foot Bel1, which left the Italian builder’s Pisa shipyard on Monday, maximizes square footage without compromising design. The custom cruiser has an “innovative, original style and a strong personality,” according to Rossinavi. It also has a novel layout that utilizes every available inch onboard.

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Penned by Italy’s Fulvio De Simoni Yacht Design, the all-aluminum exterior combines a high, imposing hull with a streamlined, integrated superstructure to create a sleek, modern silhouette. The bow is another prominent architectural element, as is customary with most Rossinavi designs.

Rossinavi Bel1 Custom Superyacht
The bow is a prominent design feature.

“The goal was to combine stylistic coherence with extra dimensions,” Rossinavi’s chief operating officer Federico Rossi said in a statement.

To that end, the superstructure was extended to create what is a huge sundeck for a vessel of this size. Spanning more than 1,500 square feet, the deck features an aft area for sunbathing, a shaded central lounge with a bar, and a splashy mini pool at the bow.

Rossinavi Bel1 Custom Superyacht
The vessel features a sleek aluminum hull.

The sundeck isn’t the only draw outdoors, though. The upper deck provides seafarers with a spot for alfresco dining in all four seasons, with the aft covered by a nifty veranda that protects against the elements.

Heading to the aft, the unconventional deck arrangement creates pockets of space on different levels for specific functional needs. The staggered decks also allow the aft section to be perceived as a single open area, even though there are distinct sections. The main deck cockpit includes a dining area with sliding glass panels for protection against the elements and an outdoor living area. The latter leads to a beach area with foldable platforms and an openable aft hatch. The beach club itself is enclosed because sometimes you need a break from the sun.

Rossinavi Bel1 Custom Superyacht
The 164-footer left the Pisa yard on Monday.

With a beam of 29 feet, Bel1 has a generous interior that was brought to life by Enrico Gobbi’s Team For Design. Two large hull openings invite light into the salon and owner’s area, creating a bright and spacious feel. Rossinavi has not yet shared any pictures of the interior. The yard didn’t dive into specifics regarding propulsion, either, but says the yacht will run on diesel. It is also equipped with four stabilizer fins that ensure comfort on the waves.

Perhaps we should say Bel1 is big on style, space, and smooth sailing.

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