It starts with Sessa Fly 21m. Centrostiledesign, the company led by David Cipriani, will take in charge the design of the new boats by the historic Italian shipyard.
Just one look shows how the new partnership begins on the right foot. The project of the new Sessa Fly 21m, introduced during 2016 Cannes Boat Show, convinces immediately: a sporty yacht with great liveability, thanks also to the gullwing side openings.
Sessa Fly 21m: classy boat
The new partnership between Centrostiledesign, company dedicated to design services, and a historical boating brand such as Sessa Marine, began in the best way. The cooperation sees the company headed by David Cipriani become official designer for the boatyard, taking care of the design of the new yacht lines: a marriage that connects a major manufacturer of motor yachts up to 24 meters with a young, but internationally established studio, already relevant for expertise, number of employees and variety of services.
First outcome of this synergy is the new Sessa Fly 21m: a vessel where sporty lines, inspired by the automotive world, meet a great livability, thanks in particular to the two gullwing side openings, one of the most distinctive elements of the project. Attention to natural light and its exploitation characterize the entire yacht, where spaces are managed in a manner similar to that of large yachts: we’re talking of the insertion of the sunpad and the bow dinette.
Sessa Fly 21m, for which Centrostiledesign took care of engineering, is the first step of a collaboration that will continue with the development of new lines and models, starting with two trawlers of 64 and 55 feet: projects that claim to be revolutionary and unconventional, to
Watch the Sessa Fly 21m presentation video
Watch the limo-tender by Centrostiledesign