- 18 June 2021
Patrone Moreno: working in the construction, maintenance, refitting, repair, storage, rental/hire of pleasure boats
Address: Regione Torre Pernice (Polo 90) - 17035 Cisano sul Neva (SV)
Patrone Moreno is a shipyard that for over ninety years has been working professionally and effectively in the production of high quality and latest generation vessels.
While still owning the old facilities in Ceriale (Savona), since 1999 the company decided to transfer production to a modern industrial area located near Albenga (Savona). Currently, the property includes 2000 m² of outdoor space and 3700 m² of industrial warehouses, inside which are carried out a number of activities with the use of advanced equipment.
Starting from the design (created in house or supplied by the client), the company builds pleasure boats in wood or fibreglass such as: cutters, dinghies, skiffs, skiffs with sails, yachts and professional working vessels. These vessels, known for their quality construction and their reliability during navigation, skilfully unite tradition with modernity, the roots of the Mediterranean style and the refinement of Made in Italy design.
The shipyard also offers the following services:
- EC certification by R.I.N.A;
- technical trials in ship model basins;
- maintenance, refitting and repair (Yacht Restoring);
- varnishing and moulding resin;
- storage (Courtesy Service);
- boat hire/rental;
- housing (Residenza Moreno).
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