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New company acquires Kifaru

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Cantiere Navale Italia has completed the acquisition of the brand Kifaru, which was founded in 2009. The Kifaru M/Y Baby built by Cantiere Navale Italia will debut at the Cannes Yachting Festival (Sept. 8-13).

Cantiere Navale Italia was created in January and has offices in La Spezia. It has entered the European, North American and Far East markets with a line of aluminum yachts ranging from 13m to 24m, designed by Luca Dini.

For more details, visit www.cantierenavaleitalia.com

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