A successful 2023 for Fiart: from the conquest of foreign markets to record productions

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It is certainly an exciting end to 2023 for Fiart, especially when looking at all the achievements that the Neapolitan company has been able to reach, and conquer, in the past 12 months.

The growth of the Neapolitan shipyard has never slowed down and, indeed, it has shifted into high gear thanks to the great success of its iconic Seawalker and P Line models, which have captivated owners and enthusiasts both in Europe and the rest of the world in recent months.

In 2023 Fiart dedicated a lot of energies to its internationalization path, but the climax came with the debut in the United States at the beginning of 2023, thanks to a strategic collaboration with a new partner. Participation then in major events such as the Miami Boat Show and the Palm Beach Boat Show allowed Fiart to present its boats to overseas public, gaining an appreciation outside the European borders that contributed to consolidation in foreign markets.


Fiart in 2023: between premieres and international boat shows

Among the latest additions to the Fiart range, the Seawalker 43 Panorama was successfully unveiled at the Cannes and Genoa international boat shows. The new model, designed for longer cruises, has conquered the market with its welcoming and comfortable features, aerodynamic lines and optimized visibility. The market reception has been extraordinary, with 5 units already sold in the European market, which brings the number of hulls for the 2023 season to 48, recording a sold out across the entire range, compared to an already very positive 2022 season. The yacht production is also supported by a dedicated refitting division, and by Fiart Rent, the charter division with 12 yachts of its own to offer an exclusive experience to yacht lovers.

The prestigious Cannes Yachting Festival was also the privileged showcase for Fiart to present the new project of the Luxury Custom Line, the P48, designed in co-operation with architect Stafano Pastrovich. This luxury yacht, together with the larger P54, is destined to satisfy the most discerning owners looking for a boat with attention to every detail. With special features such as a tender garage and convertible stern platform, these yachts embody excellence in design and functionality.

Despite its success in the boating sector, Fiart also distinguishes itself by being active in other sectors. With assets in excess of EUR 500 million and revenues of around EUR 70 million in 2023, the group has once again demonstrated financial and operational solidity.

Fiart’s constantly growing numbers are an important confirmation of our work and the positive development direction we have undertaken, but they are not enough on their own – says Fiart CEO Giancarlo di Luggo – We are a company with solid roots, which has always made innovation its mission and we continue in this direction, aware that we need the right amount of courage to also look at the next market challenges, to create boats destined to remain recognizable icons for quality and attention to detail, as unique as the owners who choose a Fiart boat are”.


Bespoke Project: utmost customization aboard

In 2023, Fiart also presented its Bespoke project in Cannes, offering owners the possibility to further customize their own boats. With the support of the Fiart Style Office, the owner has the possibility to configure his/her boat by choosing between different internal and external layouts, to choose from a wide spectrum of colors for the hull, for the T-Top and for the accessories, the type and colors of teak, the internal and external upholstery, the fabrics and design details.

We are therefore confident that 2024 will still hold many surprises and novelties in store for the world and Fiart enthusiasts, who continue to put innovative projects in the pipeline. The next appointments will be the Miami Boat Show in February 2024, the Cannes Yachting Festival and the Genoa Boat Show in autumn 2024, as well as other importanr exhibitions in Italy and the rest of the world.

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