Boundary Element Method (BEM) solvers are extensively used to obtain the hydrodynamic coefficients required to model hydrodynamic forces in floating marine structures. BEM solvers require the discretization of the submerged device surface as a mesh to compute the hydrodynamic coefficients as radiation damping and added mass, response amplitude operators and linear and second-order exciting forces. Each of these solvers need particular input f iles and mesh formats, and save the results in specific file formats. Typically, the input and output files are incompatible between different solvers. Researchers handle this problem by converting model results through homemade spreadsheets or macros made in scripting languages. BEMRosetta was created to allow loading and saving the input files, mesh geometries and the hydrodynamic coefficients, in different formats. Furthermore, it also includes a mesh viewer. Additionally, BEMRosetta can calculate different parameters from the mesh and the hydrodynamic coefficients. Through its integration with the Finite-Order hydrodynamic Approximation by MomentMatching (FOAMM) toolbox, BEMRossetta allows the statespace model of the radiation convolution term for the desired degrees of freedom be obtained.