The 50m (163ft) superyacht NO STRESS has been launched by Italian shipyard Rossinavi at their Viareggio shipyard in Italy, becoming the first yacht to be equipped with AI and feature a hybrid propulsion system.
Described by the shipyard as a "hybrid soul in a dynamic design", superyacht NO STRESS boasts a sleek and sophisticated exterior with a fast-displacement hull form, taking inspiration from the automotive world.
The 498GT sporty vessel has a dual power system with both MTU 16V 2000 M96L diesel engines and two electric motors powered by both the generators and the battery pack. When the superyacht is in electric mode, the system is managed by an AI that monitors its consumption. She can cruise in five different operating modes to maximize energy whether at anchor or underway.
NO STRESS is a hybrid vessel characterised by a strong sporty attitude.
Key features of her design include her slender silhouette and dynamic sleek lines that are particularly captivating and also ensure the yacht is well-balanced, elegant and fast.
The yacht’s interior, which has not yet been revealed, has been described by the shipyard as minimal with a key focus on accurate architectural details. The owner’s brief was to achieve spacious interior spaces that would organically blend in with the outdoor areas and connect with the surrounding environment. This has been achieved thanks to the openings on both the hull and superstructure, as well as the continuous floor-to-ceiling glass windows which allow plenty of natural light and beautiful panoramic views.
Artificial Intelligence allows you to enjoy the electric experience on board to the fullest. This is only the beginning, as this technology will be optimised next year, revealing its fullest expression with the launch of the Sea Cat.
She represents the shipyard's ninth partnership with Enrico Gobbi - Team for Design and shares a similar sporty character as seen on previous Rossinavi vessels such as the 50m (163ft) motor yacht ENDEAVOUR 2 and the 63m (206ft) superyacht UTOPIA IV.
It is not expected that she will become available for luxury yacht charters. To find out more about booking a Rossinavi yacht to charter, please consult your chosen yacht charter broker.