RO-RO IV is a classic yacht built in 1958\59 by the shipbuilder 'Cantieri di Pisa', one of the most famous and oldest in Italy. The designer, Bruno Veronese, also known as Captain Black, followed personally the shipbuilding. The hull is in mahogany and oak. The deck is in teak and the mast in spruce. The vessel sailed for many years in Mediterranean Sea, then crossed the Atlantic Ocean twice and sailed in South America. She is currently in Mediterraneen sea. RO-RO IV had only one owner, never made charter, and always had a permanent skipper on board.