Construction in wood laminated with the techniques of WEST SYSTEM epoxy introduced a revolution at the Italian De Cesari boatyard in Ravenna. Read More
Founded in the ’50s by Adriano De Cesari, and renowned for expert carpentry and traditional wood construction, the boatyard is now led by the founder’s son, who started building with glulam mahogany in 1976.
The use of only mahogany and teak of the best quality and worked in Italy has been making since then every realisation a unique jewel and the result of a long family tradition.
The De Cesari 60 ft – LA GHIBELLINA was delivered in 1998 as a fast commuter for coastal navigation by a design of Arch Anselmi Boretti.
Laminated mahogany is worked with west system epoxy and reinforced with Kevlar and carbon layers .
Powered with twin MAN 440 hp engines that give her a maximum speed of 24 knots, the yacht fascinates for the uniqueness of her classic lines and is always eye-catching either when moored or under sail.