Antonini Navi announces the sale of the custom 33-meter yacht, Seamore 33, marking another success within a month of revealing the Explorer Yacht 32 M contract. This new yacht, commissioned by an Italian owner, is set to launch in spring 2025 and will debut at the Cannes Yachting Festival the same year. Seamore 33 represents the initial vessel in a semi-custom series, showcasing Antonini Navi’s venture into highly customizable yet series-produced yachts.



This broader project involves a collaborative effort between Antonini Navi's Technical Office, Hydro Tec for exterior design and naval architecture, and Hot Lab for interior design. The steel and aluminum construction, based on a Hydro Tec concept, enables modifications to the superstructure and hull sections while maintaining the platform's integrity.

Seamore 33’s distinctive design features a high, dominant bow, creating a sleek and sporty profile. The emphasis on open spaces prioritizes flexibility, with over 150 square meters of open-air living space on the main deck, expandable or enclosed by sliding pocket windows. An additional 160 square meters of al fresco space on the upper deck, including 50 square meters under an elegant hard-top, enhances the yacht's versatile layout.



The interiors, crafted by Hot Lab, strike a balance between classic elegance and modern innovation. Noble teak wood complements pastel colors, fostering an atmosphere of calm and harmony with the sea. Enrico Lumini of Hot Lab describes the interiors as an "instant classic" with timeless beauty.

Simone Antonini, CEO of the shipyard, expresses immense pride in Antonini Navi's achievements and credits the success to the commitment and vision of the group. This recent sale, along with the Explorer Yacht 32 M contract, solidifies Antonini Navi's position as a niche brand in luxury custom yacht construction. 



Aldo Manna, partner and sales director, emphasizes the challenge of selling two units over 30 meters in less than two months. With three out of four production slots occupied, Antonini Navi aims to conclude on a high note, selling the next unit with delivery in the 2026 season.

Sergio Cutolo of Hydro Tec applauds the shared commitment to exceeding expectations, showcasing the success of the long collaboration and ongoing dedication between the involved companies.



The Pertusola shipyard in the Gulf of La Spezia was bought by Walter Antonini in 1977. Since then, Antonini Navi has been a family-held leader in superyacht custom build and refitting.

Credits: Antonini Navi

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