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Nolimits – Rossinavi founds new yacht brand

Caption: The Nolimits fleet comprises five yachts ranging in length from 30 m to 45 m

Rossinavi has been manufacturing yachts for more than 40 years. Now the Italian company has launched a new yacht brand, Nolimits.

This new product line comprises five new yacht models ranging from 30 m to 45 m in length. According to Rossonavi, the Nolimits brand aims to combine the essential features of a superyacht in “a frame of less than 500 GT, thus combining Rossinavi ‘s renowned technical capabilities with unparalleled luxury”. The exterior design of the yachts was created by Fulvio De Simoni.

Die Neolimits-Flotte umfasst fünf Yachten mit einer Länge von 30 m bis 45 m
The Nolimits fleet comprises five yachts ranging in length from 30 m to 45 m

The Nolimits brand comprises a fleet of five all-aluminium motor yachts built in Italy. These yachts are said to benefit from the know-how acquired by the Rossi family, owners of the Rossinavi and Nolimits brands, over 40 years of building their yachts. They are targeting a new market segment by offering a fleet with a high maritime standard “halfway between explorer and superyacht style”, which puts Nolimits in the crossover category. The new series includes the yacht types: Nolimits 30, Nolimits 37, Nolimits 37+, Nolimits 45 and Nolimits 45+.

Rossinavi relies on quiet propulsion

According to Rossinavi, the key design features include high panoramic windows that bring natural light into the interior. These yachts also have a wide hull to increase stability and provide comfort in the main areas. Spacious sun decks offer different activities for different times of day

To ensure that the yachts made of aluminium offer a high level of comfort, the propulsion is based on the so-called “Zero Noise Technology”. This includes high-performance motors and generators and two independent rudders to improve manoeuvrability. A double stabilization system also serves to improve comfort when anchoring and stability while underway.

Das »Zero Noise«-Konzept soll für mehr Komfort an Bord sorgen
The “Zero Noise” concept is designed to ensure greater comfort on board

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