Martino Del Nevo
Cantiere delle Marche appoints Martino Del Nevo as COO
Martino Del Nevo got a degree in Yacht and Powercraft Engineering at Genova University and then obtained an Executive MBA at the Politecnico di Milano and attended a Strategy Executive course at Harvard University. In his career Martino gained an international and diversified experience in ship and yacht building.
From 2001 to 2004 he worked in Finland at Kvaermer Masa-Yards in Turku as Onsite Coordinator for the interior areas of some of the largest cruising ships ever built (approx. 140,000 GRT). Back in Italy,
Del Nevo became Account Manager and Production Project Manager at ISA Yachts (for yachts in steel and aluminium above
500GRT). After that he flew to Turkey, to Sunrise Yachts becoming Project Manager for the construction of M/Y Estel, a 63m yacht designed by Espen Oeino.
In the most recent years, Martino Del Nevo worked for the two largest groups in the yachting industry, Azimut Benetti
and Ferretti Group, as Head of Project & Product Manager for Azimut Yachts and Project Manager for Benetti Yachts, and Head of New Projects at Custom Line (Ferretti Group).
“We are glad to welcome Martino Del Nevo on board Cantiere delle Marche and looking forward to working together
on bringing CDM towards new horizons,” says Ennio Cecchini, CDM’s CEO. “In a phase of great expansion resulting from CDM’s explorer yachts extraordinary commercial success, leveraging his expertise in the yachting industry, Martino will reorganize and oversee operations by strengthening technical, production and project managers departments while
implementing CDM’s business processes.
To support the new COO activity, CDM is hiring a significant number of highly skilled professionals.”
“I am honoured to join the CDM team,” commented Martino Del Nevo. “I have followed the brand’s growth throughout the years and have always appreciated the quality of CDM’s explorer yachts and the yard’s distinctive approach to building the most reliable and finest explorer yachts in the world.”