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Antonini Navi has handed over the hull and superstructure of a 55-metre yacht made of lightweight aluminium alloy to a well-known Italian shipyard.

Production continues without a break at the strategic hub in the Gulf of La Spezia operated by Antonini Navi, the superyacht yard founded in 2019 by the owners of the historic Gruppo Antonini Spa, a longstanding operator with over 70 years of experience in the Oil & Gas sector and an order book worth more than €150 million.
In fact, a hull and superstructure made entirely of light alloy has just recently been handed over to a major Italian shipyard. Built on schedule between November 2022 and July 2023, the hull is 55 metres long and 9 metres in the beam, with a gross tonnage of 499 GT. “Our capacity to build yachts for famous international brands is an opportunity to gain unique experience and show the market our real capability and potential,” says Antonini Navi CEO Simone Antonini. “In the last three years, we’ve built five steel and aluminium units from 45 to 58 metres, including both the metal structures and the pre-fitted parts.”

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