The Rosetti 38M EMOCEAN is a luxury yacht that features an aft deck boat lift in addition to sculptures and beverages

The finalists for the 2022 World Superyacht Awards have been announced.
Motor Yacht of the Year Award went to the M/Y Emocean in the Displacement Motor Yachts 499GT and less, 30m to 44.9m category.

An explorer yacht built to the high standards of Rosetti Superyachts, with naval architecture and exterior design by Sergio Cutolo at HYDROTEC, interiors by Francesca Burdisso and Emiliano Capponi equipped with Bromic Heating Platinum Smart-Heat Marine Heaters, the 38-meter M/Y Emocean was crowned the winner of the 2022 World Superyacht Awards.

The judges of Boat International Media came at the following conclusion:

Not only does this yacht have the rough good looks of an explorer, but she also has a range of 5,000 nautical miles, is seaworthy, and has a lengthy autonomy, all of which suggest that she is an excellent choice for this mission.

In addition, the owner requested an increase in interior volume as well as a beach club that included all of the available amenities. In addition, the owner requested a sundeck that was adaptable to any weather condition as well as a crew area that would provide for a comfortable lifestyle as well as favorable working conditions.

To ask that all of this be contained within a hull measuring 38 meters was certainly asking for a challenge, but the judges believed that the design team had accomplished this objective in a commendable manner. Clever design features that impressed the judges included Bromic Heating Platinum Smart-Heat Electric Marine Heaters that were installed seamlessly into the deck heads of the vessel.

When I board the Rosetti 38M at the Palm Beach International Boat Show (PBIBS), where hull No. 1 made her first stateside appearance after an outstanding unveiling at the Cannes Yachting Festival (CYF) in September, a custom-designed, temperature-controlled wine cellar with a capacity for 150 bottles of wine welcomes me, and my inner voice tells me one thing: expect the unexpected on EMOCEAN!

Whether you want to relax with a glass of white or red wine, the arrangement will make you feel better. The wine cellar is not only seemingly doubled in size by its reflection in the mirror located above it, but it also separates the formal dining room from the aft lounge area, as well as the guest quarters from the forward starboard master suite.

The bespoke art sculpture by Giacinto Bosco that is anchored in the center stairwell is the second point of interest in the main salon, and it reveals the fundamental nature of the 12-passenger floating palace with exterior design and naval architecture by Hydro Tec and BurdissoCapponi Yachts & Designs. The floating palace was designed by Hydro Tec and BurdissoCapponi Yachts & Designs.

The placement of the iconic sculpture in this space does more than simply improve your spirits; it also provides an optical companion as you make your way up the stairs. At the end of my tour with the PR and communications manager, Consuelo Bentivogli, I was able to sense a profound connection between the owners and the Sicilian-born artist whose designs adorn other areas as well. These designs were inspired by the moon and the poetic dimension of dreams, and they can be seen throughout the hotel.

In addition to the artwork, EMOCEAN’s midship glass flooring panel measures seven by five feet and contributes to the extraction of emotion… notably the first time you cross the transparent walkway and look down onto the lower deck from ten feet below, when both your heartbeat and your pace pick up speed. The natural enhancement of the one-of-a-kind visual clarity that is offered by the corridor is accomplished by sunbeams that descend from the flybridge skylight level by level. Bentivogli then informs me that the view during the night is even more breathtaking than during the day.

Also noteworthy on the main deck is the master stateroom setup, which includes a private office with a sliding partition for the separation of areas, a walk-in wardrobe, and a wonderful fixed-position waterfront balcony that is just calling your name to stop, sit, and smell the roses, or in this case, the saline air of the ocean!

Moving above, the open aft bridge deck seals the deal with astounding, unanticipated details such as flush speakers that are embedded into the doors of the cabins, as well as a beautiful tender crane that has been converted into a countertop for 1.5 tons. After the 6-meter ZAR Formenti 61 has been dropped into the water, the one-of-a-kind Crane Sanguineti, which is made of teak to ensure that it blends in with its surroundings, simply transforms into a component of the external lounge entertainment zone.

In addition, there are plenty anchor points dispersed over the deck, which make it easier to store things like more jet skis and the like.

And while we’re on the subject of motorized toys, there is in fact a Swedish Husqvarna Svartpilen 401 motorbike lying on the lower beach club deck. This motorcycle is intended for use on days when EMOCEAN is moored and a roadway ride rather than an underwater excursion is preferred.

If you want to feel more alive after you’ve completed riding and diving, walk up to the sun deck, which is also the deck with the most exciting features, including a covered fitness gym and an 18-jet, cascading-waterfall jacuzzi pool that fills with 5,000 liters of water in thirty minutes.

On board the Rosetti 38M EMOCEAN, the number 5,000 has resurfaced, which will be of great assistance to the owners in their pursuit of their aim of lengthy periods of total ocean independence… This time, in nautical miles, which correspond to the cruising range capacity of 9,260 kilometers when traveling at 10 knots.

Producing a superyacht that was structurally secure, safe, and quiet was undeniably another one of the objectives of the project. Rosetti Superyachts provided assurance that this was feasible, and in light of that, Rosetti Marino Group moved a century’s worth of experience building commercial ships for the oil and gas exploration industry to its newly established luxury yacht business.

At the end of the day, the self-sufficient explorer’s amenities cost a total of €18.4 million ($20.4 million), and Camper & Nicholson is currently taking charter reservations for EMOCEAN at a rate of €144,800 ($160,000) per week.

Pairing the European success story of the shipyard located in Ravenna with its recent day of gorgeous praise from Palm Beach – Expect the Unexpected – with Rosetti Superyachts!

Lenght overall38,15 m
Waterline Length36,73 m
Maxinum beam8,85 m
Depth4,30 m
Moulded draft2,53 m
Gross tonnage432 GRT
Maximum number of guest on board12
Maxinum speed13,5 Kn
Cruising speed11 Kn
Autonomy at 10 Kn5000 m.n
Engines2 x MAN D2868 LE425 58899 kW 2100 rpm
2X Reintjes WAF 344 reduction gears