Bianchi Marine Services

I am Fabio Bianchi, I have been building yachts since 1978, and thanks to the experience I have gained in the shipyard and on board for over 40 years, I deal with naval and nautical surveys, consultancy, refits, new constructions, inspections, equipment tests and sea trials.

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Fabio Bianchi

I have been working in the nautical and yachting world since 1978, and this has allowed me to gain extensive experience in surveys and construction on different types of vessels and materials, such as:

  • yachts, military patrol boats, ferries and special vessels from 10 to 60 meters;
  • fiberglass, carbon, pre-impregnated, aluminum, steel;
  • under sail and motor;
  • with different propulsion systems, such as traditional axles and propellers, variable pitch axles and propellers, hydrojets (Rolls Royce, Mjp, Hamilton), azipods ABB and Shottel, gas turbines, surface propellers, supercavitating propellers.

Bianchi Marine Services guarantees a complete nautical consultancy service: thanks to the collaboration with numerous experts and specialists in the various nautical sectors, we are able to offer not only nautical and naval surveys, but also 360° support for all the services a yacht may need.

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Testimonials from completed projects

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Full CV

Nautical and naval surveys, consultancy on nautical projects and Megayacht refitting. Testing, systems and machinery trials, sea trials.
Owner, consultancy, surveying and refitting of Mega Yachts.
Marine Business Unit Director.
Responsible for military and Mega Yachts orders.
Shipyard Surveyor for Tests & Trial M/Y GRACE E (Vitruvius 73 mt D/E Series). Responsible for Refitting & Repair Department.
Production Manager Cantieri Navali di Viareggio.

Quality Director.
Programming activities for each job order.
Issuing technical specifications.
Responsible for ship testing and delivery.
Research analysis and development of stabilizer fin applications, dynamic positioning systems, laboratory tests and comparison of grouting and painting cycles.

Manager of the Production and Decor Department.
– 2003
Manager of Production and Outfitting
Manager of the outfitting department, fiberglass lamination and shipyard maintenance department.
Project Manager for the construction of three 35m and ten 27m naval units for the GUARDIA DI FINANZA (Italian Fiscal Police) and a 35m yacht “Wally Power” with three DDC gas turbines and Kamewa thrusters.
– 2002
Production and Outfitting Manager
Responsible for the outfitting department, fiberglass lamination and shipyard maintenance department.
Project Manager for the construction of three 35 m naval units for the GUARDIA DI FINANZA (Italian Fiscal Police)
– 2001
Production and Outfitting Manager
Project Manager and Outfitting Manager for the construction of ten very fast vedettes (72 kn) for the Guardia di Finanza (Italian Fiscal Police).
– 2000
Production and Outfitting Manager Yachts.
Responsible for the outfitting of a M/Y 44.5m Comm. 121 “BALAJU” according to MCA regulations.
– 1999
Program Manager for the construction of two prototypes of very fast vedettes for the GUARDIA DI FINANZA (Italian Fiscal Police) in agreement and collaboration with FB Design.
Responsible in the Technical Office for the design of piping systems, main motorization, electrical system, axle lines, auxiliary machinery plan and issuing of technical specifications for machinery and accessories valid for the purchase of a new 44.5m M\Y Comm. 121.
– 1997 – 1998
Construction of the M/Y Royal Flush 110′. Responsible for machinery installation, propulsion, electrical and piping system. Project Manager of sea trials and approval tests for the Naval Register.

Head of outfitting.
– 1996 – 1997
Construction S/Y LIBERTY 52 m 170 ft. Responsible for outfitting from steel construction to steel and aluminum structure work, installation of machinery and systems, responsible for testing and acceptance trials with Surveyors, Shipowner and Register of Shipping.
1996 April – June
Responsible for end of warranty work on S/Y LEGACY carried out at Rybovich & Spencer Shipyard, Palm Beach, Florida.
1995 – 1996
Construction S/Y LEGACY 48 m 158 ft. Responsible for outfitting until ship delivery.
1994 – 1995
Construction S/Y TAOUEY 58 m 190 ft. Acceptance of construction work on aluminum structure, hull and upper structure at PERINI NAVI YILDIZ Shipyards (Turkey). Responsible for fitting out, installation of machinery and equipment, responsible for tests and acceptance trials with Surveyors, Shipowner and Register of Shipping.
1994 February
Responsible for maintenance works on request Shipowner S/Y LIBERTY 46m at Martinique Dock (French Antilles).
1993 – 1994
Construction S/Y MORNING GLORY 48 m 158 ft. Responsible for outfitting, responsible for installation of propulsion machinery, electrical system and piping, responsible for tests and acceptance trials with Surveyors, Shipowner and Register of Shipping.

1992 – 1993
Construction S/Y CORELIA 48 m 158 ft. Responsible for fitting out and installation of machinery and equipment, responsible for tests and acceptance trials with Surveyors, Shipowner and Register of Shipping.

1991 – 1992
Construction S\Y PIROPO IV 46 m 151 ft. In charge, installation of machinery and equipment, responsible for tests and acceptance trials with Surveyors, Shipowner and Register of Shipping.
1990 – 1991
Construction S/Y ANDROMEDA LA DEA 47 m 154 ft. Responsible for installation of machinery and equipment, responsible for tests and acceptance trials with Surveyors, Shipowner and Register of Shipping
1989 – 1990
Construction S/Y XASTERIA 46 m 154 ft. Responsible for machinery and plant installation, responsible for tests and acceptance trials with Surveyors, Shipowner and Register of Shipping.

Head Ship Yacht at end of warranty work
1987 – 1989
End of warranty work S/Y FELICITA’ 43 m and S/Y INDEX 25 m.

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