RoMaâ€™s streamlined white exterior and stunning interior, also awash in white, dazzled all aficionados of big white yachts that managed to sneak a peak of her at the marina where she was docked. Not officially ready for showing in Genoa, we were fortunate enough to get on board, meet the charming Captain Olaf Steckstor who heads up the crew of 16, and tour her award-winning interiors.
Naval architect and exterior designer Espen Oeino endowed the luxury yacht with a commanding presence, voluminous spaces and panoramic views.
Innovative interiors by Newcruise & Gehr everywhere evidence a particularly clever use of indirect light. The sophisticated art collection on board, commissioned to compliment completed interior spaces, lends an ambience of tranquility throughout. A central elevator allows easy access to all four deck levels. Fun features we particularly like include the state-of-the-art Norwegian Konigsberg integrated electronics system, the oversize pool/Jacuzzi outfitted with jets for swimming and hydro-massage, and the SeaBob, nestled among every other water toy imaginable. RoMa, a combination of the ownerâ€™s childrenâ€™s names, warmly welcomes children on board. The yacht accommodates twelve guests in 6 ensuite cabins and will be based in the South of France this summer.
Beam: 36′ 1″
Max Speed: 17 knots
Cruise Speed: 12 knots
Number of crew: 16
Hull construction: Steel displacement