What comes out of the halls of the De Cesari shipyard in Italy is generally of an unusually noble nature. For 70 years, the traditional family company in Cervian on the Adriatic coast has been building all kinds of boats for customers at Ravenn - exclusively from wood and traditionally by hand. Now the shipyard has completed a beautiful weekender that has what it takes to go into series production. The construction comes from Giovanni Ceccarelli.
The De Cesari 33 is designed as a sporty daysailer or weekender, with a convincing variety of possible uses. The remarkably good and sporty sailing characteristics qualify the racy Italian as a competitive and powerful regatta boat. The ten-meter ship is equally interesting for touring sailing during a long weekend at sea, with a simple, but still very cozy and exceptionally beautiful interior construction made of precious wood. And even single-handed sailors will get along very well with this boat thanks to the easy handling.
The detailed test report on the De Cesari 33 can be found in YACHT, issue 5/2021; the magazine will be published on February 24th. We at YACHT online have already put together the first photos from the test on the Mediterranean as a gallery below.
Photo gallery: De Cesari 33