- Via del Castillo 17 – Portosole, 18038 PERMARE Srl
Italian brand Amer Yachts originates in 1973. Its founder, Fernando Amerio (Fernando Amerio) harbored a great passion for the sea that led to the creation of the company Permare Group. Initially the company was engaged in technical service, but a little later he opened his own production, and the 80-th years was released about 5 yachts per year. Today, in addition to shipbuilding, the company provides services, storage and sale of boats.
the company's Production facilities are located at three sites - Sanremo Ship in Portosole, Cantieri del Ponente in the city Imperia and a new shipyard Cantieri del Mediterraneo to Bussana Vecchia, Sanremo.
Amer Yachts produces boats in the segment from 86 to 136 feet. During the work with the stocks of the shipyard came down about 90 buildings. The company does not pursue the goal of large serial production and has focused on adaptation projects, the tastes of the owner. This philosophy attracts the attention of customers and contributes to the development of the company.
Builder keeps track of all the innovations in the industry and implements them into production processes. This is confirmed by awards of prestigious exhibitions. So in 2018 Amer Yachts took the prize at the Boat Builder Awards in two nominations: "innovations in the production process" and "ecological initiative".
Modern ruler Amer was formed in 2000-ies, now it includes 4 models. It is >a planing yacht with a flybridge, the size of the fly combined with a spacious sun deck and >motor super yachts (Amer 136).
designed boats engaged in a long-standing partner of the shipyard - Studio of world renown Verme Projects, which also works with brands of Azimut Yachts, Benetti, Ferretti Group, Wally and Palmer Johnson.
the Shipyard Amer Yachts seeks to reduce the negative impact on the environment from exhaust gases. Experts carefully select the engines that provide the boats high speed with minimum fuel consumption. In the future, the company plans to introduce electric propulsion and is already engaged in research in this field.