have been produced since 1825, under Giovanni Battista Codecasa, when wooden sailing vessels were built. Constant updates and improvements to the shipyard resulted in today’s group of three Codecasa shipyards in Viareggio, Italy: Ugo Codecasa S.p.A. Shipyards, Codecasa Due S.p.A. Shipyards, and Codecasa Tre S.p.A. Shipyards. All three shipyards manufacture both steel and aluminum or just aluminum yachts. Codecasa Ugo and Codecasa Tre build yachts from 98 feet to 295 feet in length, and specialize in luxury motor yachts. Codecasa Due is equipped for repair and refit, and can build yachts up to 115 feet long. Yachts Magazine awarded Codecasa Yachts for “Best Design” in the large motor yacht category for their 164-foot range yachts. In 2011, partial move of the production was moved into the new site in the Darsena dei Navicelli in Pisa.