Founded in 1959


With more than 7,000 ships built over its 230-year history, Fincantieri has built epoch-making ships in every era. The vessels built by the Group include undisputed global icons of the sea, such as the Amerigo Vespucci, the Italian Naval Academy training ship, and the transatlantic liner Rex, which held the “Blue Riband” record for the fastest transatlantic crossing of a passenger ship.

Twenty shipyards across Europe, the Americas and Asia. Approximately 19,000 employees, 60% of whom work outside Italy, and a turnover of more than 4 billion euros. This is Fincantieri, a multinational whose 230 years of experience has given it a leading role in the history of seafaring.

Listed on the Milan Stock Exchange, today the Group is one of the largest shipbuilders in the world and the only one able to build all kinds of high-tech ships: from naval vessels to offshore units, from special ships and highly complex ferries to mega yachts, as well as carrying out ship repairs and conversions, manufacturing systems and components, and providing after-sales services.

Yachts built by Fincantieri