At the time of its founding, in the early 50s of the 20th century, Falcon Yachts was called Cielo Terra Mare CTM Sas and specialized in the sale of new and used boats. In the 80s, its management decided to change the vector of activity and launch the production of its own ships. During the same period, a rebranding was carried out, as a result of which the company received its modern name.
The shipyard was founded in 1992, in the Italian city of Viareggio. She made her bright debut with her first ship, the cruise yacht Cantieri Navali Falcon. The model quickly became famous thanks to a non-standard advertising campaign - she not only exhibited at major yachting events, but also cruised along the coast of Cannes during international film festivals, and traveled to the beaches of Monaco during the Formula 1 races. Then the production of large semi-custom fiberglass boats, the latest of which is the Helios 36m, launched in 2009.
In the early 10s, the Falcon Yachts brand was acquired by T-Quest Holdings, after which the shipyard was reconstructed and expanded - additional yacht yachts were built with hulls made of aluminum and steel in lengths from 40 to 60 meters.
The key production facilities of the brand are represented by two large construction sites located in Viareggio. They manufacture super- and mega-yachts with fiberglass hulls 24-35 meters long. The lineup of the company includes planing yachts with flybridge (the most famous representative is the 31m Gioe) and yachts with a raised wheelhouse (the most famous representative is the 36m Helios).
Falcon Yachts' current line of yachts includes four large cruising yacht models - Falcon 86, Falcon 90, Falcon 102 and Falcon 115, which is currently the flagship of the shipyard.
In the manufacture of ships, the company focuses on functionality - each model is equipped with multifunctional electronic equipment. All yachts have an elegant design, which incorporates innovative functional solutions that make the arrangement more comfortable for passengers.