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What is the horizon?

The human desire for exploration leads to discovery, but it is the competitive spirit that brings us to excellence.


AGON was born to change the games through HORUS, our project zero that broke the yacht design standard.

The challenge taken up by HORUS consisted in changing the position of the owner’s cabin which is located on the aft. At the same time, in order to satisfy privacy needs in port, HORUS is able to dock bow in. The long foredeck and the backward superstructure guarantee an innovative homecoming experience while getting on board, a feeling never achieved before.
Since then our aim has been to keep looking for new horizons to explore.

In Ancient Greek the word “agón” means “competition”, interpreted as an intellectual and creative contest. 

At AGON every challenge is an inspiration, and each project is a chance for exchanging viewpoints and reaching top results.

We can’t wait to take on the next challenge!


Lorenzo Berselli grew up spending his summers sailing across the Mediterranean Sea with his family. His overwhelming passion for boats ignited in early childhood, roaming the docks and gazing at vessels and fishing boats.

After graduation he decided to turn his long-life vocation into a profession specializing in yacht design.
His career began in 2012 working in Alberto Mancini studio, initially based in Trieste later moving to Monaco. Seven-years of activity there gave him the opportunity to take part in


partnerships with both Italian and international shipyards, developing whether custom or production designs.
In 2019 he joined Luca Dini Design and Architecture studio in Florence. He increased his experience in cooperation with several shipyards, venturing to northern Europe environment and working on refitting projects. He also contributed to the architectural planning of futuristic, sustainable city called Neom in Saudi Arabia.
After 10 year career, he decided to start his own business and launched AGON.


PROJECTS

Baglietto Monokini 44mt – Shipyard: Baglietto – Studio: Alberto Mancini Yacht Design – Built -2013
Mangusta Oceano 42 – Shipyard: Overmarine – Studio: Alberto Mancini Yacht Design – Built – 2016
Mangusta Oceano 50 – Shipyard: Overmarine – Studio: Alberto Mancini Yacht Design – Built – 2021
Mangusta  54 GranSport – Shipyard: Overmarine – Studio: Alberto Mancini Yacht Design – Built – 2018
Mangusta 45 GranSport – Shipyard: Overmarine – Studio: Alberto Mancini Yacht Design – Built – 2019
Mangusta 33 GranSport  – Shipyard: Overmarine – Studio: Alberto Mancini Yacht Design – Built – 2020  
Dominator Ilumen 28 – Shipyard: Dominator Yachts – Studio: Alberto Mancini Yacht Design – Built – 2017
Fairline Targa 63GTO 20mt – Shipyard: Fairline Yachts – Studio: Alberto Mancini Yacht Design – Built – 2017
Fairline Targa 43 – Shipyard: Fairline Yachts – Studio: Alberto Mancini Yacht Design – Built – 2018
Fairline F-Line 33 – Shipyard: Fairline Yachts – Studio: Alberto Mancini Yacht Design – Built – 2019
Fairline Squadron 68 – Shipyard: Fairline Yachts – Studio: Alberto Mancini Yacht Design – Built – 2019
Azimut S10  – Shipyard: Azimut Yachts – Studio: Alberto Mancini Yacht Design – Built – 2019
Azimut S8 – Shipyard: Azimut Yachts – Studio: Alberto Mancini Yacht Design – Built – 2019
Azimut F78 – Shipyard: Azimut Yachts – Studio: Alberto Mancini Yacht Design – Built – 2019
Azimut Grande Trideck – Shipyard: Azimut Yachts – Studio: Alberto Mancini Yacht Design – Built – 2021
Tankoa T55 Sportiva – Shipyard: Tankoa Yachts – Studio: Luca Dini Design & Architecture – Under Construction
WiderCat 92 – Shipyard: Wider Yachts – Studio: Luca Dini Design & Architecture – Under Construction

 

What is the horizon?

At the end it’s only an apparent line, so why don’t we cross it together?

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