Italian shipyard Rossinavi has recently delivered to her owner the all-aluminium motor yacht Utopia IV, launched in March and previously known as Project Vector.
Designed by Enrico Gobbi – Team For Design in collaboration with Arrabito Naval Architects, which was responsible for the naval architecture, this superyacht has a length overall of 63m, a maximum beam of 11m and a draught of just 2.20m.
Thanks to an internal volume of 930GT, she can accommodate up to 12 guests in six spacious cabins, including a large owner’s suite with 6m private terrace located forward on the main deck and a full-beam VIP stateroom amidships on the lower deck.
Situated in the bow, the crew quarters include a well-equipped galley, a dinette and six cabins with bunk beds and en-suite heads; whilst the captain’s stateroom is on the bridge deck, adjacent to the wheelhouse.
Among her amenities, Utopia IV features: a sunbathing area and a Jacuzzi on the sundeck; an alfresco dining area and a skylounge on the upper deck; a seating area surrounded by sunpads on the foredeck; a pool, an outdoor lounge and a large saloon on the main deck; and a 70m2 beach club on the lower deck.
Powered by four MTU 16V 2000 M96L 1,939kW diesel engines, each one coupled to a Rolls Royce KaMeWa waterjet, this fast displacement yacht boasts a maximum speed of 33 knots, a cruising speed of 27 knots and a range of 3,300nm at 12 knots.