In 2000 a further breakthrough occurred. After the design of fast fly-bridge motor yachts, semi-displacement Navetta yachts and sports-fishermen – all made of fibreglass for mass-production - Zuccon International Project evolved into designing steel and aluminium super yachts.
Specifically in 2000, Zuccon International Project started a collaboration with the CRN shipyard in Ancona, also part of the Ferretti Group, who delivered a 54 meter yacht in 2005 (Ability), a 60 meter in 2006 (Givi), another 54 meter in 2007 (Maraya), a 57 meter in 2008 (Romance) and a 60 m yacht in 2009 (Blue Ice), all produced in steel and aluminium. Meanwhile, for the Composite series Zuccon International Project designed the Navetta 43 presented in 2009.
A new 80-meter model is currently under construction.
Simultaneously with the current projects, the firm is also undertaking extensive research into yachts with untraditional hull forms and dimensions.
Meanwhile, back in 2003 Zuccon International Project carried out a project on behalf of the APREAMARE Shipyard in Torre Annunziata (Naples) for a new range of boats from 40 to 82 feet. 2005 saw the introduction of the MAESTRO 65, which represented a new twist on concept of a boat made to “live” on the sea. In 2006 they released the MAESTRO 51 and in 2008 the MAESTRO 82.
Finally, in 2008, the results of the collaboration with another brand of the Ferretti Group become tangible. The first design developed by Zuccon International Project for Mochi Craft was presented at the Genoa Boat Show that same year and was the Long Range 23, a completely new concept for the Forlì based yard, characterized, amongst other things, for being the first yacht ever equipped with a hybrid propulsion system with zero emission.
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