Italian Scaburri brothers launched Uniesse Marine in Northern Italy in the late 1980s with skill and passion for the sea matched by a vision of comfortable yet extremely maneuverable, seaworthy yachts. The family boasted woodworking finesse as Europe’s leading manufacturer of buttons since World War II (buttons used to be made of wood). When buttons turned to plastic, so did Uniesse, and the family mastered resins. In fact, the polymer originally developed to keep buttons white is now used to maintain the finish of Uniesse Yachts’ gelcoat. Industrial designer Fred Hudson (chief exterior stylist for Chris-Craft from 1960 to 1964) successfully brought boat design experience to Uniesse, crafting a durable hull on a visually appealing vessel.
With one eye on the past drawing the best from tradition and one eye on the future and innovation, the Scaburri brothers build to combine the best navigational capacity with onboard comfort and style. Certified by key international shipping registers, Uniesse Yachts far exceeds those standards and strives to build vessels that stand the test of time. Semi-custom and custom models include Motor Yachts (53 feet to the new 105 Motor Yacht), Open models (42 to 57 feet), Hard-Top (54 to 75 feet), and Sport models (55 feet to the new 101 Sport).
The Uniesse Open 75 HT ensures maximum comfort and luxury, accommodating up to 16 guests, and featuring a sliding sunroof, teak decks, foredeck sunbeds, and wide sliding glass door separating the day salon from the aft deck. A surprisingly quick yacht, the 72 Motor Yacht features waist-high bulwarks, sturdy stainless rails, a notched toe kick around the cabin at deck level, and four staterooms. With a powerful hull and streamlined superstructure, the Uniesse 70 Sport boasts two MAN 1360 engines and cruises at 28 knots with a maximum speed of 33. The Uniesse 75 Hard-Top features two covered bridges and a measured balance between comfort and spirit of adventure.”