by Rossi Navi and Alessandro Cusumano

Fifty-four metres of pure elegance and rare luxury, truly unique and original. A prestigious, exclusive image, South perfectly reflects the essence of its owner’s personality. At this moment, South is navigating the seas under the sun, most likely sailing southward.
The Rossi shipyard of Viareggio, specialised in luxury yachts, boasts three decades of experience in metalworking, mostly steel and aluminium, as applied to the construction of hulls, superstructures, and whole vessels produced for some of the most prestigious Italian shipyards. What distinguishes the Rossi shipyard today is its extreme dynamism and its capacity to satisfy in record time any request expressed by its clients, while guaranteeing high quality, safety and exclusiveness. This is a solid, deeply rooted business that has always followed an investment policy that emphasises expertise and professionalism backed by modern equipment and infrastructures. Precisely for this reason, one of Rossi’s strong points lies in the production infrastructure, which makes for consistent, ongoing activity over time.
The sales headquarters of the Rossi Group is in Viareggio, together with two production sites. One plant is dedicated to the construction and complete fitting of large recreational vessels of up to 70 metres in length. The other site, the historic shipyard, has been exclusively devoted to metalworking machinery. This site is essential for mechanical and plant engineering work and has been fully equipped for the construction and assembly of hydraulic and mechanical components intended for cutting-edge towing and launching systems for tenders and jet skis. Furthermore, the site is equipped with the latest metalworking machinery for the creation of all components and accessory fittings in stainless steel. Thanks to the internal resources of this workshop, the shipyard is fully capable of directly providing anything the client may desire, no matter how sophisticated it may be from a technical point of view.
The third production site is located in Pisa, where the construction and launching of large units is possible thanks to its strategic position with direct access to the sea guaranteed by the navigable canal to the port of Livorno. The importance of having modern and efficient structures prompted the shipbuilder to expand by making further investments in both Viareggio and Pisa. In 2009, Viareggio will see the fourth production site open for business, ready to take on the full construction and fitting of large boats up to 55 metres in length. In 2010 in Pisa, the shipyard’s fifth production site will be completed. In the meantime, last year the company overhauled and coordinated their corporate image, resulting in a new logo and denomination of a brand name: Rossinavi. The new corporate image perfectly blends the concepts of luxury and elegance with competence and experience: essential aspects that have always distinguished the development and management profile of this firm. In addition to capacity production of prestige models, today Rossinavi is led by professional, dynamic management staff. For this reason, each new challenge is met with overwhelming enthusiasm and approached with the spirit of success. [...]

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