Rizzardi INsix will be the first of a long series. And the presentation is scheduled for September 2019 at Cannes Yachting Festival.
After a long design phase comes the new Rizzardi, which comes from months of work with a modern and contemporary character.
It is still mainly hidden how this yacht will be, but we can already anticipate the importance of the family feeling on board, as asked of the great Open. For the new INsix the “Rizzardi Style Department” has collaborated with “Maver Design” for the exterior lines and with the “Galeazzi e Minotti” studio for the layout and interior decoration.
The typology reflects that of the large open spaces with hard-tops and access below deck through a glass door in an open position that creates a large contiguous area between the external and internal environment.
Rizzardi INsix has been designed to be fast and comfortable at the same time. Important dimensions, 62 feet, for a boat designed to be conducted independently and to contain operating costs. The choice of internal layout is proposed to the owner. There are two versions initially considered: the first with 3 cabins, 3 bathrooms (each with shower cabin) and the sailor’s cabin while the second version provides 4 cabins plus the sailor’s cabin.
The interiors can also be customised in terms of finishes on request, while the external superstructures are fitted with carbon elements such as the stern door and the opening roof, which contribute to enhancing the overall effect. The garage houses a tender up to 3.3 metres long.
As far as the technical aspects are concerned, the power that can be installed in the engine room varies according to the owner’s choice between the two MAN 1200 hp each up to the most powerful 1550 hp. The propulsion is guaranteed by Top-System surface transmissions which, supported by the “Easy-trim” system, will guarantee the yacht not only great performance, but also glide at low speed. Maneuverability will be entrusted to the joystick on the dashboard.
The presentation is scheduled for September at the next Cannes Yachting Festival.