The Italian Sea Group is one of the largest international players in the luxury yachting industry, known for the construction and refit of motoryachts and ships up to 140 meters. The Company, which belongs to the Apulian Entrepreneur Giovanni Costantino, operates on the market with the brands Admiral, renowned for its prestigious, elegant and fully costumizable yachts over 50 meter long, and Tecnomar, known for its sportiness, its cutting-edge design and the high performances of its yachts up to 50 meter long.
The Italian Sea Group also offers repair and refit services of yachts and megayachts over 60 meters long thanks to the brand NCA Refit which managed to become an important reference for international and sophisticated clients.
The Shipyard, located in the well-known nautical area of Italy, was rebuilt on an area of over 100 thousand square meters of which 30 thousand dedicated to refitting and boasts unique facilities in the world: 2500 meters of quay, 200x35 meters of dry-dock, production spaces that make it the largest nautical structure in the Mediterranean Sea, 11 distinct production areas, 1,000 tons of total lifting capacity and 2,700 tons of floating barge for yachts and megayachts up to 100 meters. In particular, from 2019 the Company has increasingly focused on the construction of larger yachts, thanks also to its relevant backlog that adds higher value and mark-up.
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