Headquartered in Carrara Avenza, at the border between Tuscany and Ligury – a strategic area for superyacht traffic in the Tyrrhenian Sea – Cerri Cantieri Navali, or CCN, extends over an area of more than 7,000sqm. Two sheds have joined the existing production plant, for an average annual production of four to five new yachts ranging between 27 and 50m. CCN shipyard, which joined the Gavio Group in 2011, is refreshing its structure, image and product thanks to a new brand (CCN – Cerri Cantieri Navali) and a more expansive product range.
The value of being a true Made-in-Italy brand resides in the thousands of hours spent in the engineering & design offices and the production department to turn the essence of being Italian into ideas, care for details, elegant lines, and the utmost on-board comfort. Following this line, the Fuoriserie line marks Cerri Cantieri Navali’s debut in the world of world-class bespoke projects, of unique masterpieces that respond to the customers’ requirement for full customisation, and further highlights the shipyard’s impressive versatility and its ability to satisfy the most diverse needs.
Always aiming for the top, the best possible results in every single aspect of its job, this is CNN’s excellence: from their yachts’ performance to the elegance of furniture, they continually strive to improve. Replicating the shipyard’s best is never enough: Cerri Cantieri Navali can always take a step forward to make every single superyacht dream even greater, even more magical. Out-of-the-box solutions don’t exist at CCN: the affinity between a yacht and her owner must be flawless, and Cerri Cantieri Navali works hand in hand with every single client to achieve this.
Together with CCN, Imperial delivered the 50-metre open superyacht ELSEA in spring 2017, an incredible achievement confirming the Tuscan shipyard’s entry into the world of bespoke yachting, with Imperial acting as Owner’s Representative and Construction Supervisor.
Diego Deprati – CEO