Fincantieri Yachts redefine luxury, and its yachts extend the thrills of high-end pleasure yachting combined with elegance, style, and avant-garde technology.
The superyachts it produces are featured with quality that is par excellence, and the yachts produced are over 70 metres in length with no limit to the volume or size. One of the first things that clients come across in the Fincantieri Yachts is its quality and the second is the ability to turn the owner’s vision into reality. Each of the yachts has been a leap forward in technology, aesthetics, and design setting new benchmarks in luxury and beauty on the sea.
Fincantieri is one of the most popular and the world’s largest shipbuilding groups specialising in innovation and diversification. As a leader in cruise ship design and construction, Fincantieri has contributed to high-tech shipbuilding industry’s sectors ranging from naval to offshore vessels, and mega-yachts, high-complexity special vessels, to systems and components production, and more. Fincantieri’s shipyard has also contributed to building some of the most advanced ships in the world and setting new records, which includes building the first submarine to reach the Mariana Trench (11,033m deep) in 1960 and creating the world’s most silent submarine in 2007.
The Group is headquartered in Trieste, Italy and has built over 7,000 vessels in over 230 years of maritime history. Today, Fincantieri is a leading Western shipbuilder, with around 19,000 employees (of whom 7,800 are in Italy), 20 shipyards in 4 continents. The Group is said to have amongst its clients some major cruise operations including the Italian and the U.S. Navy, and also has some several foreign navies. Apart from which, the Group is a partner of some of the main European defence companies within supranational programmes.
Meanwhile, Fincantieri Yachts has delivered her first mega-yacht launched in 2011, Serene, a 134m yacht, which was considered as a masterpiece on counts of luxury, quality, and technical challenge. Furthermore, Fincantieri will reportedly build two new cruise ships to be primarily fuelled by Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) for Carnival Corporation, which is reportedly the biggest ever to be constructed in Italy. The Group is now focused on reducing environmental impact while continuing to introduce innovative design and leisure experiences.