Zuccon sets up a new maxi Yacht Design Division

In response to growing demand for maxi yacht designs, Zuccon International Project is drawing on years of experience in the field to strategically expand its staff and set up an in-house team dedicated specifically to research and development in the area of maxi-yacht designs (read also our article “Gianni Zuccon: I struggle to keep on top“).

Zuccon International Project began designing Maxi Yachts with the 46M Al Fahed, made of steel and aluminium by the Baglietto shipyard in Varazze. This was followed by other projects designing yachts of various sizes, adding to the Roman design studio’s experience in a variety of areas.

The studio has been working on more and more yachts of this type in the past decade, primarily with CRN of Ancona, which has built many of its yachts and is currently completing the new 80 metre vessel that will be Zuccon International Project’s biggest maxi yacht so far.

The studio has set up a new “MAXI YACHT” division for projects of this type. According to architect Gianni Zuccon, the decision is a result “of steadily growing demand for maxi yacht projects and ideas and the need to dedicate to these projects the professional skills, know-how and sensitivity required to respond to the complex specifications characteristic of products of this type.”

In line with the studio’s cultural policy, the new division will flank its highly specialised staff with its own in-house team to work on architecture, product design and research and development.

The company’s new structure will therefore be organised into five divisions which will interact on an ongoing basis, incorporating people with experience in several different areas who will all take turns participating in the division’s specific research projects.

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