Solaris Yachts srl

Aquileia, Via Curiel 49, 33051

Model range of Solaris

The brand Solaris produces designer Sailing Yachts and luxury Cruising Yachts. There are 10 models from 13 to 34 meters.

About Solaris

Cantiere Serigi Shipyard, which produces sailing yachts under the brand name Solaris, is located off the north-eastern coast of Italy in the town of Aquila, known since ancient times. The production area of the company is 26 thousand square meters, of which 6 thousand square meters are covered.

The history of the shipyard began in the 70s of the last century. Today the company builds ocean sailing yachts with fiberglass composite hull from 37 to 100 feet long, and also refits boats. The company's experience over the years has allowed it to assert that its slipways are home to highly reliable, proven and very high quality yachts. The shipyard is especially proud of its own hull and superstructure lamination technology, which makes it possible to increase the reliability of yachts in severe weather conditions and prevent hull deformation.

The yard's range includes yachts from 37 to 60 feet. The company also builds custom yachts for which it invites famous designers such as Doug Peterson or Javier Soto Eisbol. Their own design team and furniture production allow the shipyard to realize the most unusual interior ideas of the clients. Abroad the company works through its representative offices, which are located in the largest yachting centers of Europe, Asia and America.

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