Shipyard De Cesari: Italy is the only shipyard
capable of building pleasure boats made of
wood, both sail and motor, up to 30 meters long.
Founded more than half a century ago by Adriano De Cesari, De Cesari the site of Cervia, near Ravenna, continues to consolidate its reputation thanks to the current direction of Pier Paolo, son of Adrian. Family of carpenters, has chosen to continue to build wooden boats, given the high demand of shipowners.
The Shipyard De Cesari has made a number of vessels for the Italian Navy, as the sloop Bellatrix, Aldebaran, Altair, Castor, Pollux and Gemini, as well as a boat 10 meters long service to the Amerigo Vespucci, some speedboats representation and several classic rowing boats 8.5 meters long used for training naval students of the schools.
Some have been restored Baglietto motor, sailing and even many Sangermani Sagittarius, the sloop of 15.74 meters Marileva launched in 1972 and designed by Charles and Sciarrelli also motoryacht Mambo. One of the last examples made, number 363, is a 24-meter sloop designed by Vallicelli for an owner in Milan, made of cross laminated timber made of 16 mm inner longitudinal asciature, followed by 6 +6 +6 +8 mm laminated , each incorciato to 45 degrees and the interior and deck are teak. The hull number 364, however, is the Classic Boat Motoryacht, 29.65 meters long and built for an owner already owns the Argentine motoryacht Ardis, our 361st construction.
Through word of mouth of customers Shipyard De Cesari today is a solid site that produces high quality products together with modern technology.