Who are Allegra and Alessandra Gucci? A look into the daughters of Maurizio Gucci and the history of the Gucci family

Name:Alessandra and Allegra Gucci
Net Worth:$400 million
Source of Wealth:Gucci
Born:1977, 1981
Allesandra Husband:Federico
Allegra HusbandEnrico Barbieri
Children:Allegra: two children
Private Jet:Pls send info!
Yacht 2:Avel

yacht Creole crew

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Alessandra and Allegra Gucci Yacht

They own the sailing yacht Creole and the gaff-rigged cutter Avel.


CREOLE, a 689-ton staysail schooner built in 1927 as VIRA, is the largest sailing yacht ever built at Camper and Nicholson’s Gosport Yard. It is the largest wooden sailing yacht in the world. The original owner, Alexander Smith Cochran, thought the masts were too high and asked to reduce them. Major Maurice Pope later bought it and renamed it Creole, after a favorite dish of his. In 1937, it was sold to Sir Connop Guthrie who restored the masts to their original design. During WWII, it was requisitioned and renamed Magic Circle, used for mine hunting. In 1947, Stavros Niarchos purchased it, restored its luxury, and used it for transportation. From 1978 to 1983, it was used as a Sail Training Ship at the Nyborg Søfartsskole. In 1982, it was bought by Maurizio Gucci and restored again. After Maurizio’s death in 1995, it was inherited by his daughters, Alessandra and Allegra, and still remains in use by the Gucci family.


SY Avel was designed by Charles E. Nicholson and built by Camper & Nicholson in 1896.  AVEL was commissioned by Rene Calame, a wealthy Frenchman. The wooden sailing yacht was designed for cruising. Since 1927 it was buried in a muddy river in Southeast England. In 1990, Maurizio Gucci bought AVEL and had it restored by Harry Spencer and Clark Poston at Harry Spencer’s Cowes yard. The rebuild was completed in 1994.  The Gucci sisters raced AVEL regularly in Mediterranean classic regattas for years.