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The Vittoria Shipyard is still a leading company nationally in military and civil shipbuilding, and more, having received numerous awards and moving forward into the fourth generation of the Duò family, keeping alive the family pride that has remained unchanged for almost a hundred

In recent years, the Vittoria Shipyard has established itself both nationally and internationally, building patrol boats for the Italian Guardia di Finanza, the Italian Coast Guard, the Tunisian Navy, the Greek Navy and many others, not forgetting the two famous, highly technological Interceptor models.

In 2001, after Adelmo Duò passed away, the third generation took on an active management role, succeeding in carrying the company through a period of economic crisis, which it recovered from to become stronger than ever before thanks to a talented team, determined to put unique products

This was a period of historic orders, characterized by increasingly frequent collaborations with many foreign navies and cutting-edge innovations. A great example is the Sunrise catamaran, born largely from the creativity of Fabio Duò.

During this decade, family members of the third generation began to actively take part in the shipbuilding: Paolo, Fabio, Massimo, Antonio, Luigi and Roberto, each with a specific and decisive role in the shipbuilding process.

The relocation to the new shipbuilding area coincided with a boom in orders, making the Vittoria shipyard a national industry as they began producing ships for a huge range of purposes with increasingly advanced technology.

Luigi’s sons Adelmo, Domenico and Natale, continued the shipbuilding activity, making the important decision to move the site to the opposite side of the canal, where they had more space and it was easier to build increasingly larger boats.

Luigi Duò Papa arrived in Adria in 1927, with a lot of experience as a carpenter and caulker in various “squeri” (gondola manufacturing workshops) in the Venice Lagoon. In the city of Pula, he quickly found employment at the Bertasi, workshop, where he played an increasingly