History of Italian shipyard Maxi Dolphin began in 1987 thanks to the enthusiasm of the owner and the founder of the wine company Bellavista Vittorio Moretti and his love for sailing and racing. br>Vineyards and the production of Bellavista are concentrated in the wine region of Franciacorta, known for its sparkling wines. Here in Erbusco near Brescia, Moretti has organized and the site for the construction of yachts. "I founded the shipyard is not for business but for fun and to experiment with new materials, in particular carbon fiber composite and Kevlar," said he. br>the First boat Maxi Dolphin has become Carmen di Bellavista – 73-foot Maxi-yacht, designed Brusson Farr for the Moretti and racing Maxi yachts. Then there were other well-known yachts – 118-foot Viriella from the architectural office German Frers, a 75-foot Bella Pita, developed by Bill Tripp. Since inception, the company has built more than 300 boats, including projects monotypes Joker and Dolphin 81.Today, the shipyard builds yachts in the segment of custom and semi-custom. Every year the stocks of the company going no more than 10 boats. The speed of the yacht Maxi Dolphin confirmed their successful participation in numerous races. In 2007 the company began construction of fast motor yachts 50-65 feet using materials, technologies and expertise accumulated over the years of production sailing boats.