Rossinavi’s 2 Ladies was designed and engineered for leisurely, long-distance travels. The steel-hulled yacht is equipped with twin Caterpillar diesels, and top speed is reportedly 15.5 knots. The yacht has a 4,500-nautical-mile range at twelve knots.
The flying bridge is a good example of the many inviting social areas. The two sunpads flanking the Jacuzzi tub are forward on the flying bridge, lending privacy when 2 Ladies is tied stern-to.
A mostly open main-deck layout means the yacht’s saloon and dining area flow from one into the other, given a bit of privacy by the spiral staircase and elevator separating them. Though it’s hard to tell from the photo, the dining table actually extends a bit farther into the passageway along the starboard side. Since the owners have big families, a larger-than-usual table was needed.
Rossinavi has described 2 Ladies as being “a perfect union between Nordic style and contemporary Italian flair.” It’s in recognition of the Dutch firm Mulder Design and the Italian firm Design Studio Spadolini both taking part in the project. The interior is certainly contemporary, featuring wood soles and neutral fabric tones. They result in a sophisticated yet homey feel.
Here’s one of the two master suites aboard 2 Ladies. This stateroom is forward on the main deck, accessed via the port side. Although it doesn’t occupy the full beam, it’s plenty spacious. It’s also the larger of the two master suites; note the good-size sitting area adjacent to the sleeping area. A hidden television can play a wide variety of movies on demand.
The second master suite is aft of the wheelhouse and plenty spacious, despite being smaller than the main-deck owner’s suite. The small seating area is tucked slightly aft to starboard of the sleeping area. A vanity is situated right at the room’s entryway. On a side note, the two couples who own the yacht spent a few weeks aboard after delivery to determine who preferred which stateroom.
When friends or family accompany the owners, they are accommodated in either this twin cabin or one of three other staterooms, all below decks. All of the guest staterooms are outfitted similarly to the rest of 2 Ladies. Since the yacht was also intended to charter, this equal treatment is among the reasons why she should be an attractive vacation option.
The elevator and staircase combination lie between the saloon and dining area on the main deck and just forward of the skylounge here on the upper deck. Spadolini Design deliberately left the ebony and steel framing plus the Travertine marble treads (treated so they’re not slippery underfoot) visible no matter where you stand.
What luxury yacht would be complete without an en suite bath enrobed in bookmatched stone? This is one of 2 Ladies’ guest baths, featuring Travertine marble on the sole, the countertop and sink, and in the shower. In keeping with the decor found throughout the rest of the yacht, it’s lovely to look at but doesn’t overwhelm your senses.