WEARING A LUXURY EXPERIENCE
Unrivalled Aluminium Crafts Since 1963
Tuxedo Yachting House specialises in the construction and tailor-made design of aluminium crafts,
with the same expertise, care and class that distinguish large yachts.
Choosing Tuxedo means embarking on a journey well before taking to the water.
SUSTAINABLE EXCLUSIVITY –
TUXEDO Yachting House is the result of a perfect alchemy between experience and innovation, Italian style and technical know-how.
By choosing a recyclable material such as aluminium, Tuxedo introduces new design and construction standards in sizes between 40 and 60 feet.
The yard’s quality standards promote the construction of unique pieces rather than mass production, which is why Tuxedo’s customers always play an important role in the design process, by contributing their own ideas.
An aluminium build does not need moulds; there are no high costs derived from constraints or outrageous waste. One can customise the design down to the smallest detail, even in the construction phases. Spaces and volumes are never imposed… only suggested!
Aluminium is fireproof, more resistant to impacts and therefore safer than other building materials. It is even easier and faster to repair.
Respectful of the sea, aware of its strength as a natural element and its fragility as an ecosystem, we know that aluminium is probably the safest and most durable construction material, as well as lending itself to customisation and environmental sustainability like no other.
THE BOATS -
Electric or Hydrogen
A highlight at TUXEDO is the focus on the possibilities offered by the use of advanced systems and alternative solutions for yacht energy supply through battery electric systems or through the use of hydrogen.
A Tuxedo yacht can do away with the diesel generator and replace it with a fully electric or hydrogen system. In terms of benefits for anyone on board, this means zero vibrations, zero noise, zero odours and zero substances released into the air and water, all to the advantage of the well-being on board and in the surrounding area. Zero impact in environmental terms is thus achieved.
Tuxedo is at an advanced stage of study for a fully electric solution allowing its Walkarounds to be powered by batteries alone. Alternatively, one can take advantage of the technology developed by H2boat with its Energy Packs. Hydrogen is converted into electricity to be used by the propulsion system, guest services and navigation needs. Ecology and luxury go hand in hand with this all-Italian brand.
Supplementary electric propulsion, as an alternative to fossil fuels, can also be used in protected marine areas that would otherwise be closed off. Always in complete silence and without any emissions.
THREE SEMI-CUSTOM MODELS represent the majority of current production.
Tuxedo 13.88 | Tuxedo 15.88 | Tuxedo Special projects.
We talk about a passion rooted in the Ceccarelli Italian family and leading the Cantieri Navali di Lavagna to extraordinary results. A level of excellence also achieved thanks to twenty years of deep synergy, friendship and collaboration with the renowned designer Luca Dini.
Boating unites the path of the Ceccarelli family with that of architect Luca Dini.
His unmistakable design has made him one of the most respected and sought-after architects in the industry for more than 30 years. The ability to make a yacht personal and irreplicable make Dini the perfect creator of non-ordinary – albeit far from extravagance – and exclusive yachts just like the Tuxedo Yachts are.
In a sector where most yards build in fibreglass and therefore use moulds, the Tuxedo Yachting House has broadened its vision and horizons, championing an alternative way of building boats of this kind.
By choosing aluminium, Tuxedo has been able to do away with molds and any constraints imposed on customisation and even the pollution resulting from this huge piece of ‘disposable’ plastic.
The input of architect Dini has been just as significant as ever
Luca Dini has always been able to bring something new to the nautical world – and this time he will not be any different, with a completely new and inimitable design.
Three Models Currently Produced
Tuxedo Yachts – 2022
Tuxedo Yachts – 2022
Wind Yachts is the reference point in Italy for TUXEDO Yachts and TUXEDO owners at the Marina di Cala Galera in Argentario- Italy.
The Argentario peninsula is in Tuscany, just over 150 km from the airports of Rome and Pisa. The place offers three ports of easy access in all weather conditions and a travel lift for yachts up to 55 metres.