38-meter Classic Yacht "Taransay" Launched by Rossi Navi

On the interior she has a modern layout -as expected- and has the capability to host ten guests in her five cabins in fine style and comfort.

There is also room for up to seven crew members onboard. Taransay was built with a steel hull and aluminium superstructure under the build number FR029. The new yacht has been christened already with the customary smashing of the wine bottle on her bow and is now in the water -as of Saturday April 18th- being prepared for sea trials. She should not take very long to be delivered to her eager new owner. The 38.55-meter classic gentleman's styled motoryacht "Taransay" has been launched by Italian builder Rossi Navi. The old-world design is reminiscent of yachts from a bye-gone era and even though she is full of classic style and appeal, the yacht is as modern and contemporary as ever. She boasts the latest equipment onboard and full technology employed in her features. Naval Architecture has been done by Rossi Navi themselves in collaboration with STB Italia while the interior as well as the exterior design was penned by Studio Tassin.

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