With the Monaco Yacht Show set to take place September 26 to 29, Rossinavi prepares to launch its fully custom 50M Flying Dagger super yacht. Designed by Venice-based Enrico Gobbi of Team for Design with interiors by Rome-based practice Lazzarini Pickering Architetti, the yacht was completed and launched for sea trials in April of this year, and will be officially unveiled to the public for the first time during Monaco Yacht Show.
The interior of the vessel has been designed to showcase the ocean from every vantage point, with ceiling to floor windows that frame the panoramic views. Flying Dagger’s main salon features a versatile entertainment area that allows those aboard to experience the water from every corner of the boat. The master bedroom is a highlight of the interior, with a large private terrace accessible through the same statement sliding doors used in the salon. Additionally, Flying Dagger features four spacious external decks across three floors for entertaining, dining and relaxing, while the main deck features a metallic and woven metal canopy that opens and closes to provide or protect from light.
Flying Dagger also incorporates the latest research development on noise and vibration reduction. While the yacht is built to be fast and is technically a water jet boat, the noise and sound propagation performance can be compared to that of a full displacement yacht. With a top speed of 31 knots and a cruise speed of 24 knots, you can expect nothing less than outstanding performance matched with maximum comfort. Such innovations make the Flying Dagger incredibly versatile, perfect for long cruise navigations or shorter vacation trips.
For a chance to view the Flying Dagger, the Monaco Yacht Show recommends getting in contact with Rossinavi to schedule an on deck viewing during the show.