In four short years, Rosetti Superyachts has become a dominant leader in the yachting industry. A prime example is Emocean, a superyacht exemplifying the distinctive pocket explorer category. As the 123rd vessel built by the Rosetti Group, Emocean is a well-thought out vessel, from the virtually plumb bow to the expansive swim platform and along all the multiple levels. Beyond the sensual lines lies practicality, as seen in the displacement hull that features an inspection tunnel to allow easy maintenance. The owners reside in a master suite complete with twin bathrooms as well as an office area and private forward-facing balcony. Additional accommodations take the form of two twin and two double guest staterooms as well as crew quarters with an independent galley. Owners and guests revel in the comfort afforded by two salons, formal and casual dining areas served by a gourmet galley, as well as three open-air lounges. The aft sundeck is equipped with a waterfall Infiniti pool. In a nod to the yacht’s 5,000 nm range, this same sundeck can be closed in cooler climates. Pick a spot and float away in complete luxury; RosettiSuperyachts.it.
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