26,000 sq. m in total area, including 5,000 sq. m under cover, where we can work on yachts up to 35 m; more than 35 years of unique experience alongside world famous designers.
These are just some statistics which underline the prestige of Cantiere Se.Ri.Gi., one Europe’s leading boatyards.
The journey started here in historical Aquileia, on the banks of the Natissa river, near the shores of the Laguna Veneta an area of Roman marine tradition and the Serenissima Republic. The first yachts were built in the 70’s and 80’s in collaboration with designers, whose projects and yachts are still protagonists today : Frans Maas, Sparkman and Stephens, Doug Peterson, designer of the mythical 67’ Solaris Zero.
The 90’s ushered in a new era of technological development for Se.Ri.Gi with the use of composites, epoxy, Kevlar and carbon fibre.
As a result, the Bruce Farr designed IMS 52’ ‘ Mascalzone Latino‘, and the Solaris 55’ Open designed by Vallicelli were born.
During the same period Cantiere Se.Ri.Gi. built the first 72’ Doug Peterson deck house for true blue water cruising and a 36’ production One Design. The ‘One’ range and the ‘Custom’ range of yachts over 70 feet, designed by Bill Tripp and Javier Soto Acebal represent the present line by Cantiere Se.Ri.Gi.