POSILLIPO shipyard was founded in the ‘50s by Count Giovanni di Campello and Dr. Casa. The name is inspired to Posillipo Cape caves, first headquarter of the shipyard, that was initially involved in producing mahogany powerboats (such as the Nettuno, Positano and Bermuda Twin). In the 60s, the shipyard was moved to Sabaudia, where it started to produce cabin cruisers in marine plywood, very fashionable at the time. The production of fiberglass hulls started in 1969, with the Aruba 25’, a model that will achieve prestigious results. In the 70s, the shipyard landed on Northern-European and North-American markets. In the ‘80s, the shipyard began to manufacture Technema motor yachts, that were the result of years of meticulous technology research that would allow to include models between 38’ and 120’. In 1991, Posillipo shipyard was acquired by Rizzardi group. Currently, the Group utilizes this shipyard to manufacture planing Flybridges between 77’ and 122’.
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