Fishing at sea since over 70 years
Know-how, passion, people
With 70 years of history, Tuccoli reinterprets the fisherman concept in a more versatility-oriented key. Technical and functional to satisfy even professional fishermen, Tuccoli boats are built as recreational yachts, where nothing is left to chance: habitability, comfort and attention to detail are under the banner of beauty and quality. Pure Made in Italy, from design to construction.
Tuccoli crafts boast uncommon qualities. They are the result of a careful mix of experience, accumulated by building hundreds of hulls, and advanced technology, making use of the most modern fluid-dynamic computation systems – CFD – capable of predicting the seakeeping quality and speed with negligible approximation. The result is waterlines optimized to cope with our seas, which have closer and steeper waves than oceanic ones. The form stability, generated by the length/width ratio, is enhanced by the enlarged loofs that further reduce rolling motions, which makes all the difference for both the fisherman and his family when the boats are used for recreational purposes. The quality of the hydrodynamic design is enhanced by the speed that Tuccoli boats are able to guarantee in all weather conditions, thanks to geometries where the V-hull remains well pronounced from the bow to the stern sections. Fundamental to fully exploiting the thrust of the engines is also the careful distribution of weights on board, such as to guarantee a centred trim that reduces the use of flaps or intruders by the helmsman, enhancing the ease of use of the boat.
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A yachtsman by nature, he has taken up the cause of the most sailors among motor yachtsmen: fishermen. He has been married twice, one to his wife and the other to the island of Capraia. His wife always had motor boats, so 15 years ago he got on a Tuccoli with which he sailed all over the Mediterranean. The idyll was so great that instead of buying a new boat he bought the boatyard himself and turned a passion into a business choice. With his joining the company came new boat models and new professionals. Starting with the designer Oris Martino D’Ubaldo, to whom he is also linked for the basic entrepreneurial idea: it is possible to build good, beautiful and affordable boats that respect their builders, their buyers and the environment.
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Historical memory and blood ties with the origin of the brand. Son of Ivano, the shipwright who founded the yard after World War II. A member of the Tuccoli company since the 1970s, he has always used his hands to build boats. First the wooden ones of the origins and then the more recent fibreglass projects. In his now ten-year career he has first conceived and then built practically every type of boat from 18 to 44 feet. And even today there is no detail of a Tuccoli boat that has not been seen and approved by him.
ORIS MARTINO D’UBALDO
He has yet to decide whether his most overwhelming passion is sailing or design. Of the latter, meanwhile, he has made it his main activity, so much so that he has also set up the Skyron Lab naval architecture and design studio. Born in 1984, before becoming the reference pencil of the Tuccoli shipyard, he designed the Mini 650 Wevo, which brought Italian design back to ocean competitions, and the Grand Soleil 34 Performance, which brought Cantiere del Pardo’s boats back to the podium of the most important long Mediterranean races such as the 151 Miglia, the Palermo/Montecarlo and the Roma X 2.
His involvement in the yachting world started as an owner. A keen yachtsman, he started working with the Vismara yard when he had commissioned his prototype. He was so involved during the construction phase that he stayed working there… Contacted to deal with sales and marketing, he chose to begin his adventure with the Collesalvetti-made fisherman because he was convinced of the quality of the project and the quality of the people involved.
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The Razzauti family has been active in yachting and fishing for three generations. Involved with the Tuscan shipyard since the previous management, he has known Marco Tuccoli for as long as he can remember. A resourceful man, he fills all the roles in the company that are needed and is an invaluable resource.
Born in Padua, Marcello is first and foremost a sports fisherman: “mainly in inland waters and more for pleasure than for competition, so much so that I do not take part in competitions at sea, but it is an activity that I practise as often as possible”. He became a kayaker after his first 250VM – which bewitched him, making him definitively find his ideal boat – and for a long time he chose to be a passionate Ambassador. Later, this same strong belief in the value of fishermen and recreational boats from the Collesalvetti yard led him to become a full-fledged crew member. He brings his vision to the development of the shipyard as Head of Development, with the aim of expanding the market and its growth.