The Italian boatbuiler has developed a personal flair which makes each Comitti craft a unique piece, coveted and admired in harbors allover the world.
Iwe believe it is hard to imagine a better interpretation of the boatbuilding tradition of the Italian lakes: founded in 1956 by Mario Comitti, Comitti yard was instantly recognized for their unique, classic mahogany runabouts, perfect symbol of the carefree and hard-working Italy in the sixties. Elia Comitti, Mario’s son, continued in his father’s footsteps (more than 600 boats have been produced already), but also introduced many innovations that have made the success of the yard based in Como.
Comitti, the charm of tradition
The builder is still based in Como, in a yard measuring over 3,500 square meters, of which 1,900 covered and dedicated to production. Innovation and tradition have merged into creating new models, well finished down to the smallest detail in order to revive the unique charm of the speedboats of the “Dolce Vita”. Neat and elegant, the new Comittis are authentic cult pieces, worthy heirs of the best Italian boatbuilding tradition. For over half a century these crafts have been capable of satisfying demanding owners who look for a top-notch boat in terms of quality of the materials, performance and comfort.
Today Comitti line-up is declined into three models, according to building materials, and into four measures. The Sanremo 22 and Portofino 25 runabouts recall the classic and charming wooden construction, which enhance the skills of traditional shipwrights.
The Venezia range, recently completed with the launch of the new V31, counts on four sizes (22, 25, 28 and 34 feet) and a refined construction combining wood, fiberglass and composites, combined in various ways depending on the individual product lines:
Sport: fiberglass hull and deck.
Classic: fiberglass, but with teak details on swim platform, cockpit and foredeck.
Elegance: fiberglass hull, solid mahogany deck, cockpit flooring and gunwales, teak swim platform.
The new general manager Raimondo Reiner, sided by the Sales manager Andrea Ortelli, have further developed international markets: so, beside the established Italian market, Comitti is now strong in Europe and in the major markets around the world, and is able to grant their owners a full support in terms of service and assistance.