Corsiva Yachting is a family company, founded on April 1st, 2001.
The main object of activity is production of boats of glass-reinforced plastic (GRP).
Since its appearance in the market the company has established many contacts across Europe. On November 21th, 2003 the company was transformed. The present owner is Artur Grugel.
All produced boats are CE certified. Thanks to the modern projects, using the best materials, technology and experienced crew we produce boats at the highest quality level.
Scandinavia is a region of a thousand lakes, a thousand kilometres of coast line and a thousand beautiful islands. The Scandinavians love boats, about 30 % of the population travels by sea at least once a season. Boats are used not only for recreation and fishing but also as a means of transport to the Islands, that are often holiday homes and even main residences. The history of this region and its deep rooted maritime tradition ensures that our boats are selected by our Scandinavian customers who appreciate the great care and attention to detail that we are renowned for. This also allows us to develop our business and our products whilst remaining focussed on our customers requirements and desires.
The aesthetic performance, the excellent buoyancy parameters but most of all the use safety of Corsiva boats is an effect of the long time work of our experts. For the production of our boats and the elements of equipments are used only materials of the high quality, documented with certificates and declarations of conformity. Each new model of boat is tested in speed, stability and other parameters before the market introduction. Each boat is subject to a detailed quality control.
The boats of Corsiva are produced of glass- reinforced plastic (GRP). Our shipyard uses by the production the newest technologies, available on the market and tests and improve innovating solutions. To protect the environment and the comfort of the work our shipyard carries out research of RTM technology and she is the second shipyard in Poland and the third shipyard in Europe, which produces the hulls of the boats by using of this technology.