Based in Venice, Italy, inNave is an office for a broad range of naval architecture and marine engineer related services. Our experiences through the most diverse sectors of naval industries make us capable of dealing with a vast field of nautical tasks, from the first concepts and ideas, through the interior and exterior design, to the finished product management.
We feel confident enough to be your 360° consultant at every step of your nautical product. Having worked on nearly anything floating, from restoring traditional wooden boats, designing award-winning sailing yachts, converting barges, designing dock gates, dredges, passenger ships, military and supply vessels, to motor yachts. We think we might help you to realize your ideas and contribute to the success of your projects.
Our more than ten-year experience guarantees a successful result.
Our knowledge and the use of new technologies allow us to achieve a highly reliable product.
Born in Mestre, Andrea starts his business together with the father Giorgio, a long-time naval engineer. Together they develop many projects for commercial and passenger ships, as well as dredgers and inland navigation boats. They worked together with a lot of shipyards of northern Italy. After a long activity with his father, he meet again Giuseppe, years after their time at the university, and founded inNave.
Born in Venice, Giuseppe has always been on board, initially rowing and restoring old traditional boats, then exploring the Venice lagoon with lug sailing boat. Graduating at the University of Trieste, he worked for a fiberglass motor yacht design studio attending the shipyard in Tuscany. After a couple of years at a custom-made interior for cruise ship company, he joined Andrea, a university mate, founding inNave a few years later.
We created a dozen members great team, introducing talents from all levels of the organization: from graduates of high technical potential to experienced and highly skilled professionals.
We believe that a team is able to mitigate difficulties and that collective commitment can become a source of harmony and creativity.
Every member is aware of their essential role in a close-knit crew.