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Sanlorenzo to acquire Perini Navi

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An Italian newspaper has reported that Italy-based Sanlorenzo is acquiring large sailing yacht builder Perini Navi.

According to a report of that Italian story in the Robb Report, Sanlorenzo will invest about $33 million for a 70% share of the restructured company. The Tabacchi family will control the rest.

Viareggio-based Perini Navi has launched a fleet of famous and technologically advanced sailing yachts, including the 289-foot (88m) S/Y Maltese Falcon.

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