Bold and Beautiful
The Exuma HTC5 is a 37-knot express cruiser with a high level of customization.
The Uniesse 56 Super Sport (SS 6) has polished lines.
Drawing Board: Uniesse Exuma HTC5
Plenty of boats claim to do it all, but many have yet to convince buyers, who opt for vessels specifically tailored to their needs.
Uniesse’s Bahamas Experience
“It’s better in the Bahamas,” the islands’ tourist board once told us. Uniesse — the Italian builder of vessels from 54 to 108 feet — has teamed with a revered Bahamian resort to take advantage of the island life.
Quick Hits: July 1, 2020
Swiss watchmaker Ulysse Nardin has teamed with OCEARCH to provide financial support to the marine conservation group’s ongoing efforts. OCEARCH works with scientists and others to study the ocean, most notably via its great white shark tagging program.
New Boat: Uniesse 56SS
Uniesse came to America well over three decades ago. Today, the Italian brand continues to emphasize engineering, finish and more stylistic flair than ever.
Uniesse Introduces the 56SS
Uniesse is launching a new yacht series starting with its 56 Super Sport Yacht. The 56SS will be the entry point in a line that includes plans for a 65-, 70- and 90-footer.
Uniesse Marine has a new owner
The purchase was led by SMB Investor David Schwedel and will be operated by him and by longtime Uniesse U.S. representative Rafael Barca, who has been with the company since 1994. Barca will serve as president of Uniesse Marine Group LLC
Miami company buys Italian luxury motor yacht manufacturer
Investor David Schwedel and Rafael Barca will lead the combined company, which will be based in Miami with all manufacturing in Italy. They plan to redesign the entire line of Uniesse motor yachts.