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6 February 2024

Custom Line launches its first Navetta 38

Custom Line’s first Navetta 38 is the brainchild of the Strategic Product Department headed by engineer Piero Ferrari and the Ferretti Group’s Engineering Department and was just launched from the Ferretti Group Superyacht Yard in Ancona.

Reaching a length of 38.76 metres and a beam of 8 metres, Custom Line’s brand-new Navetta 38 features a displacement hull and is designed by architect Filippo Salvetti for the exteriors, inspired by the beauty of timeless classicism, marked by large windows, and for the interiors by ACPV Architects Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel, while Custom Line Atelier, in close collaboration with the owner, took care of the interior design project.

As a great fan of the world that is Custom Line,” declared Ferretti Group CEO Alberto Galassi, “I can say that the Navetta 38 is a truly exciting model: she defines a new way of being at sea with an elegance of materials and livability in both the interiors and exteriors never before experienced. The Navetta 38 is an extraordinary creation, designed in such a harmonious and natural way, with the grace of a true champion. I am sure she will make all those owners who are looking for a superior sailing experience fall head over heels in love with her.”

Other stand-out features of the first Custom Line Navetta 38, which is spread over four decks and designed to maximise the use of space on board, include the master suite of over 40 square metres on the main deck to which are added four guest cabins on the lower deck, for total sleeping arrangements for up to 10 people on board and seven crew members, including the captain.

www.custom-line.com

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