ROCK.IT (yacht)

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ROCK.IT (15240386839).jpg
 Cayman Islands
OwnerJimmy John Liautaud[1]
Yard number687
In service2015
General characteristics
Class and typeMotor yacht
Tonnage1052 gross tons
Length60.35 m (198.0 ft)
Beam10.8 m (35 ft)
Draught3.3 m (11 ft)
  • 2 x MTU 12V 4000 M53R
  • 2 x 1.140 kW (1.529 hp)
Capacity10 persons
Crew13 persons

The 60.35 m (198.0 ft) superyacht ROCK.IT was launched at the Feadship yard in Aalsmeer. The Dutch design company, Sinot Exclusive Yacht Design (who also worked with Feadship on the 88 m (289 ft) twins Musashi and Fountainhead), designed both the interior and exterior of ROCK.IT. Owner Jimmy John Liautaud was involved in almost every aspect of the yacht's creation.[2][3]


Her length is 60.35 m (198.0 ft), beam is 10.8 m (35 ft) and she has a draught of 3.3 m (11 ft). The hull is built out of steel while the material of the superstructure is made out of aluminium with teak laid decks. The yacht is Lloyd's registered, issued by Cayman Islands.

ROCK.IT accommodates ten guests with four guest staterooms, as well as the generous owner’s stateroom. Her crew of 13 is accommodated by six crew cabins. Storage rooms, laundry, the galley and the crew mess are all located on the lower deck.

The yacht has three bars, as well as deck spaces with a variety of alfresco dining options. ROCK.IT also has multiple outdoor lounges, including a sun deck with seating and a Jacuzzi flanked by sun pads.[2]


ROCK.IT is powered by twin MTU 12V 4000 M53R diesel engines, giving her a combined power of 2,280 kW (3,060 hp). She has a fuel capacity of 120k litres, a water capacity of 24k litres, and a range of 5300 miles at 12 kts. She also features at-anchor stabilizers.[4]


The yacht is viewed as extremely active, having logged over 17,000 nautical miles in the first nine months after delivery, and almost 40,000 miles as of September 2017.[5] It has traveled around the world to destinations including Bermuda,[6] the Keys, Panama, Costa Rica, Mexico, Montauk and the Galápagos, among others.[5]

ROCK.IT has hosted a number of famous guests, including Kid Rock.[7][8]

Awards and recognition[edit]

ROCK.IT was a finalist in the World Superyacht Awards 2015, Displacement Motor Yachts of 500GT to 1,299GT category,[9] as well as in the Showboat Design Awards 2016, Interior Design Award – Motor Yacht over 500GT and Naval Architecture Award – Displacement Motor Yacht categories.[10]

She has been featured in a number of publications, including Boat International,[5] Show Boats International,[11] and The Superyacht Report.[3]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Marilyn Mower (2016-02-25), Rock.It — the hip, modern Feadship yacht with a touch of class, Boat International Media
  2. ^ a b Groom, Alexandra (2016-04-20). "ROCK.IT: exclusive interview and yacht tour". Retrieved 19 June 2018.
  3. ^ a b Rowney, Rachel. "Rocket man" (PDF). Retrieved 19 June 2018.
  4. ^ "ROCK.IT Yacht - Feadship". Retrieved 19 June 2018.
  5. ^ a b c Mower, Marilyn (25 February 2016). "Rock.It — the hip, modern Feadship yacht with a touch of class". Boat International Media. Retrieved 19 June 2018.
  6. ^ "$100 Million Superyacht "Rock.It" Visits Island". Bernews. 21 April 2017. Retrieved 19 June 2018.
  7. ^ Gast, Jon (13 September 2016). "Super-yacht sighting reminder of past nautical glories". Green Bay Press-Gazette. Retrieved 19 June 2018.
  8. ^ Gmiter, Tanda (3 August 2016). "Is Kid Rock cruising Northern Michigan hot spots in $100M yacht?". MLive Media Group. Retrieved 19 June 2018.
  9. ^ Bednarova, Zuzana (3 February 2015). "World Superyacht Awards 2015 Finalists". Boat International Media. Retrieved 19 June 2018.
  10. ^ "Finalists announced for the ShowBoats Design Awards 2016". Boat International Media. Retrieved 19 June 2018.
  11. ^ From sandwiches to superyachts: Inside Jimmy John's 197' Feadship. Boat International Media. 6 March 2016. pp. 104–114.