Elegance and power are its distinguishing features. , inspired by the lines of the sporty cars of the 60s. The atmosphere of the interior, characterized by a new dimension of livability, has been conceived to evoke a domestic setting without sacrificing a nautical feel. Sailing and design come together under its components that evoke everyday life, such as the kitchen and the beautifully lit wine cellar. Light is an element essential to the whole boat, and in particular to the master cabin, a real strongpoint of the C68. The revolutionary hull, studied in two years of research, offers unique navigation skills in the sector.
The very image of youth, while at the same time elegant and refined, for the NEW KL 27, this open 8m model that bends all the rules of the game. Fruit of the experience of more than 2000 units sold, it offers performances among the best of its size . Its square nose and curvaceous fins evoke the elegance of a shark. Comfort and relaxation characterize the cockpit thanks to a large L-shaped sofa transformable into a sun bath on the stern and to the counter space with kitchen sink, hotplates and refrigerator, all found under the pilot seats. Below deck there is a single imperative: maximum functionality. A separate bathroom with WC and sink make this boat unique in its category. The new design provides a deck with sharp and modern lines, a new livery designed by a long glass window that ennobles the product to be considered the new luxury open day: an innovative windscreen, more light inside the cabins to let the owner feels more in contact with the sea, metallic colors and personalized cushions.
Sessa was founded in 1958 by engineer Camillo Braga, one of the first engineers in Italy for the production of fenolic and poliester resin.
In 1968 thanks to the daughter Raffaella Braga Radice the company leads into the marine industry with the first participation at the Genoa bot show and the beginning of a production diversification for the reinforced plastics.
The 70s years marked the production of small boats in Sessa Aurunca (South of Italy) factory and the construction of a new small shipyard in Cinisello Balsamo (North of Italy).
In 1972 the factory in Arcone near Milan was purchased and in 1973, Sessa is the first Italian company to install the new Piaggio jets and to build the first small inboard jet units.
In 1986 the company moved from Arcore to Lesmo (Milan) and two days later the boat production was transferred to the province of Bergamo, thanks to the acquisition of Fyberstamp.
At this time, Fyberstamp was building boats wellknown all over the world like Riva and Ferretti.
It is from this moment that the production of the new range of boats begins and the brand turn decisively towards new horizons and bigger market objectives. It begins to build larger boats and starts to dedicate space to marketing activities and to products improvement.
Historical models from the 80s such as Mambo, Samba and Sunshine have been replaced by the new Key Largo, Oyster and Key West ranges.
In 1992 Fyberstamp merged with Sessa, founding Sessa Marine Spa, the company that we know nowadays. Lesmo plant closed in order to concentrate all the efforts to Cividate Shipyard that was modernized and increased in size in 1999 with the development of moulding and assembly department.