The Italian shipyard Permare: new Amer 70 Steel under construction

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14/06/2022 - 20:13
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The Italian shipyard Permare is proud to announce the construction of the first 70 m steel yacht, a custom unit for an esteemed European client.

The Amerio family is pleased to announce that in March 2022 the construction of the unit has begun under their close supervision, with a dedicated supply chain, giving geographical priority to the Ligurian and Tuscan districts and privileging highly skilled workers that will ensure the highest quality. The unit will be ready for the 2026 season.

The displacement hull with contemporary lines, born from the creative flair of Antonio Luxardo, will have low consumptions  and very generous spaces with aesthetic features that will make it stylistically innovative. The  project was commissioned to Optima,  the Ligurian studio of La Spezia with which a fruitful cooperation has begun.

The director of works and quality control is a familiar face, the Ligurian engineer Giulio Riva, who has thirty years of experience in the steel industry and who has cooperated to many major successful refittings  with our shipyard in San Remo.

The interiors are designed by Luxury Projects studio, to the initiative of eclectic Laura Pomponi, who is also working with our San Remo Shipyard on another project.

More details will be unveiled in the coming months for what represents Permare Shipyard's biggest and most demanding challenge.

Permare, now in its first 50 years of business, can boast of a large Italian and international clientele being based in western Liguria, in a strategic location close to the French Riviera and the Principality of Monaco.

In addition to the new steel segment, the dedicated composite team is strengthened, and they managed to scale up the Amer 120 construction type and extend it to the entire product range

Massimo Verme, Stefano Tini, and Andrea Ramasco are part of the historic group and will be particularly busy this year in completing the many Amer Yachts projects, with deliveries scheduled through the end of 2023.

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