Fulvio De Simoni

History

Beginning his career as a naval design architect in the 1970s, Italian superyacht designer Fulvio de Simoni drew on a passion for boating – which had been a part of his life since childhood – and a love of architecture and design. Propelled by these driving forces De Simoni set up yacht design company Italprojects in 1983, specialising in high technology projects in the naval sector.

Italprojects has subsequently developed a formidable reputation particularly in the production and semi-custom yacht fields, with some 2,500 yachts bearing the Fulvio de Simoni and Italprojects design label. De Simoni interior designs tend to be handled by others in the studio, as De Simoni himself prefers to focus on yacht exterior styling and the integration of architectural principles with shape and functionality the prime considerations – followed by innovation, creativity and style.

Notable yachts

Fulvio de Simoni yachts include the development of the open yacht concept, demonstrated in the Italian Pershing range for which Italprojects has developed the entire range since it first launched. Recent notable de Simoni projects include the innovative Wider 150 and Wider 42 yachts.

Specialisations

Fulvio de Simoni has developed long-standing collaborations with several well know shipyards including Pershing, Aicon, Astondoa, Filippetti Yacht, Rodman and Mochi Craft. Hi collaboration with Tilli Antonelli at Pershing led to Italprojects’ involvement with Antonelli’s Wider concept.

Yachts For Sale

Yachts for Charter

YACHTS BY Fulvio De Simoni

BEYOND

25.55 m  2019

NICKY D'S

25.55 m  2020

DELTA ECHO

25.55 m  2019

SEVEN STARS

25.4 m  2004

GIOSI

25.3 m  1999

NEGRESCO

25.3 m  1995

BEL AMI

25.3 m  1996

JANTA V

25.3 m  1996

EFFEBLU

25.3 m  1995

PERSHING 82

24.99 m  2019

VINTAGE

24.99 m  2018

MONARC

24.99 m  2018

BAGHEERA

24.98 m  2018

MIZZ RACHEL IV

24.98 m  2017

QUEEN B SPEED

24.98 m  2017

WHY-KNOT

24.98 m  2017

SILVER STAR

24.98 m  2017

GROOT

24.97 m  2015

VELOCE

24.97 m  2013

MIG I MIG

24.97 m  2015