The new partnership was formed with the new Fly 21 metre project presented at the recent Cannes Yachting Festival: a yacht with sporty lines and great liveability owing to the distinctive gullwing side openings.
One of the most interesting news items on the international nautical scene announced at the recent Cannes Yachting Festival is undoubtedly the new partnership between Centrostiledesign, the dynamic company specialised in planning and design services, and a historical name in the world of boating, Sessa Marine, the Italian shipyard well-renowned for its innovative yachts.
The collaboration sees the company led by Davide Cipriani become official designer of the shipyard, for which it will design the new yacht lines. This partnership places one of the world’s most important builders of vessels up to 24 metres long side by side with a young but solid company that is a rare example on the international scene in terms of know-how, number of employees and variety of services.
The first result of this synergy is the new Fly 21 metre of Sessa Marine, which previewed at the Cannes show. It is a vessel in which sporty lines inspired by the automotive world blend together with a great liveability unusual for models of this type. This is especially due to the two gullwing side openings, one of the most distinctive elements of the project. Distinguishing the entire yacht are the attention paid to natural light and its utilisation, where the spaces appear to be managed in a manner similar to that of the large yachts, as is confirmed by the insertion of the sun pad and the bow dinette (see the official video).
The Fly 21 metres, for which Centrostiledesign also oversaw the engineering design aspects, is the first step of a collaboration that will continue with the development of new lines and models, starting with two s64- and 55-foot shuttles. These projects promise to be as revolutionary and unconventional, demonstrating Sessa Marine’s strong desire for modernisation.
Centrostiledesign emerges from the union of two companies boasting 25 years of history: Studio Ti (technological partner of companies in the industrial, transport and earthmoving fields) and Centro Stile, a planning and design company in the nautical sector with a customer base that includes the top names of the shipbuilding industry. Led by Davide Cipriani, today it is a company able to interpret the challenges of the market while at the same time ensure high quality standards and provide its customers with an extremely complete and well-structured chain of services including concept, design, engineering, fluid dynamic and structural calculations, construction of production models, moulds and scale models, and technical documentation.