March 22 marks the start of the annual Palm Beach International Boat Show, steadily rising in profile among megayacht exhibitors and buyers. Superyacht shipyards like Amels, Heesen Yachts, Burger Boat Company, Mangusta, and Perini Navi (exhibiting for the first time, in fact) will have stands, too, some in the special Superyacht Villas area. In addition,
Not only has Cerri rebranded itself as CCN (a.k.a. Cerri Cantieri Navali), but it’s also restyling its Flyingsport series, comprised of a 102 and 86. The 102 Flyingsport Sea Look (pictured below) is one of the last to reflect the pre-makeover looks. CCN terms the series “Flyingsport” for logical reasons. There’s a flying bridge, and
On the heels of revealing an explorer design, Cerri is broadening its horizons even more with a Navetta series from the drawing boards of Design Studio Spadolini. Cerri made a name for itself with its aptly named Flyingsport yachts: flying-bridge-equipped, sleek cruisers. They’re constructed of composite. Last month the Italian yard announced the expedition series
Cerri is known for its sporty and speedy fiberglass yachts. It’s now venturing into the explorer world, plus steel and aluminum construction, with the Phileas line. “Phileas” comes from the famed character of the same name in Jules Verne’s Around the World in Eighty Days. Cerri (pronounced “cherry”) is offering Phileas in metal to tap
On the heels of a managerial change that will bring custom megayachts to its sheds, Cerri is about to start construction on the fifth hull of the Cerri 102 FlyingSport series (above). Italy-based Cerri, which was acquired by the industrial company Gavio Group in 2011, now has know-how brought over from its sister shipyard, Baglietto.
The Italian yacht builder Cerri, which recently began making inroads into the American marketplace, has new representation stateside. It’s International Yacht Collection, which will showcase the newest Cerri 86 at the Fort Lauderdale show later this month. Cerri was established in 1997 by Carlo Cerri, a businessman with a passion for yachts. The first model