C.B.I. Navi Yachts
constructs yachts between 79 and 174 feet long in what is considered to be the international capital of yacht building: Viareggio, Italy. They were founded as a metal boat builder in 1984. Displacement motor yacht manufacturing is the cornerstone of C.B.I. Navi’s craft. The yachts are built from both materials of steel and aluminum. C.B.I. Navi’s Technical Department plays a major role in the development of yacht design. A dual planning/commercial approach is taken to produce both a high level of performance and the creation of unique vessels. C.B.I. Navi is committed to complete testing of plans and designs before the building process commences. The Vienna Model Basin is employed to verify hydrodynamic performance of the hull, and other tests. The company complies with registers like Lloyd’s Register of Shipping, and earns the RINA classification of “comfort class.” In 2005 CBI Navi was acquired by the Fipa group and began the production of metal-hulled yachts up to 70 metres, satisfying the demands of an ever more numerous and demanding clientele. In addition, the CBI Navi shipyard offers the group a valuable new production area at the Viareggio Darsena. For decades, CBI Navi has contributed significantly to enriching the range of large and customized yachts worldwide.