Builder The Italian Sea Group

Italy, Massa


Viale Cristoforo Colombo, 4, 54033

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History of The Italian Sea Group (TISG)

Giovanni Costantino's journey in yachting commenced in 2009 when he acquired his first Italian nautical brand, Tecnomar, a move that eventually gave birth to The Italian Sea Group. Guided by his vision, Costantino transformed TISG into a thriving force in the yachting industry, the evolution of which is a remarkable chapter in the yachting landscape.

Within just a few years, driven by the aspiration to create one of the world's foremost nautical brands, Costantino embarked on a series of acquisitions. In 2011, TISG added Admiral to its portfolio, renowned for its timeless elegance. In 2012, Nuovi Cantieri Apuania joined the fold, providing the group with a significant European operational base and a dry dock capable of accommodating even the world's largest megayachts. This marked TISG's entry into the world of refitting large vessels with the hallmark Italian style and elegance.

Over fourteen years, TISG has firmly established itself as a preeminent player in the global yachting arena, specialising in the design, construction, and refitting of yachts up to 100 metres.

The narrative continued with Giovanni Costantino's acquisition of Perini Navi, the leading brand in designing and constructing large sailing yachts, and Picchiotti Yacht, another Italian brand with roots dating back to Medici Florence in 1575.

Current status

As per the Global Order Book 2023 by Boat International, TISG holds the leading position among the Italian builders of superyachts over 50 metres.

In 2021, Giovanni Costantino took the monumental step of listing his company on the stock exchange. This move served as a testament to TISG's commitment to transparency and reliability. As a result, today TISG is a global luxury yacht operator, listed on Euronext Milan, actively engaged in the construction and refitting of motor yachts and sailing yachts, with capabilities extending up to 140 metres. 

Costantino takes immense pride in expanding the Group's fleet and continues to introduce large motor and sailing yachts to the market, characterised by meticulous attention to detail. Similarly, in 2023, the Group enriched its portfolio by incorporating CELI 1920, a well-known cabinet-making company.

Production of The Italian Sea Group (TISG)

Costantino's commitment to Marina di Carrara, his home, underscores the company's dedication to the highest Italian craftsmanship standards, emphasising respect and consideration for collaborators, shipowners, and the entire production chain.

In 2019, Giovanni Costantino introduced "The Village," an oasis of serenity and well-being for employees, captains, and owners. The Village encompasses a Gourmet Restaurant & Lounge Bar, Gym, and Spa, embodying the Group's commitment to fostering a harmonious working environment.

The fleet

The CEO of The Italian Sea Group has always aspired to merge Italian excellence with that of the nautical sector, embodying the globally cherished Italian Style. Certainly, the following yachts serve as prime examples of TISG's craftsmanship:

  • Perini Navi Art Explorer: Apart from being one of the world's largest, this cutting-edge 47-metre sailing catamaran sets new standards for innovation and sustainability. In addition, her owner plans to transform it into a travelling museum, showcasing important art exhibitions.
  • Tecnomar This Is It: Boasting an extremely innovative and futuristic design, this catamaran presents a radical lifestyle concept with captivating asymmetries. For instance, her silhouette is distinctive.
  • Admiral Silver Star: An embodiment of Admiral Yachts' design, engineering, and quality standards. Designed by Giorgio Armani, its interiors exemplify essential and refined luxury, with a palette of muted tones. That is to say, the yacht's details blend purity, classicism, and elegance.
  • Admiral Kenshō: A 75-metre yacht that has earned accolades and admiration from industry authorities, showcasing the uniqueness and beauty that define each of the Group's products.

Features of The Italian Sea Group (TISG) yachts

To sum up, the success of TISG's brands is rooted in clear core values. The company encompasses Italian spirit, creativity, style, design, art, and culture. In the meantime, the commitment to the future remains unwavering, with Costantino's passion for design, speed, and brand expansion culminating in the "Tecnomar for Lamborghini63'' project in 2020—a limited edition of motor yachts delivering extraordinary performance and quality.

TISG's innovative models, a result of significant investments in technology and design, epitomise elegance and style. Each brand within the Group holds a unique identity. 

  • Admiral stands for prestigious and elegant yachts. 
  • Tecnomar for sportiness, avant-garde design, high performance. 
  • Perini Navi for excellence in large sailing yacht design and construction. Picchiotti for classic and elegant lines. 
  • Additionally, NCA Refit offers brilliant refitting services for 60-metre-plus yachts.

The Italian Sea Group stands as a beacon of Italian yachting excellence, a testament to its founder's vision and commitment to delivering unparalleled luxury on the high seas.

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