Leonardo Ferragamo talks present and future of Camper & Nicholsons yachts

Editor-in-Chief Kenny Wooton sat down with Leonardo Ferragamo, chairman of Nautor's Swan and Camper & Nicholsons powerboats to discuss the builder's new concepts and learn what's on the horizon for C&N.
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Editor-in-Chief Kenny Wooton sat down with Leonardo Ferragamo, chairman of Nautor's Swan and Camper & Nicholsons powerboats to discuss the builder's new concepts and learn what's on the horizon for C&N.

There isn’t much that Camper & Nicholsons hasn’t turned its hand to over the centuries—it’s been in business since 1782—and by the looks of their newest launches, C&N appears to be in admirable shape. The world-famous yacht builder (not to be confused with the yacht brokerage firm of the same name), tucked into a corner of Portsmouth harbor on England’s south coast, has emerged with new ideas that seem to have set the yard on the steadiest course it has enjoyed for a long time.

Editor-in-Chief Kenny Wooton sat down with Leonardo Ferragamo, chairman of Nautor's Swan and Camper & Nicholsons powerboats to discuss the builder's new concepts and learn what's on the horizon for C&N.

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