Custom Line sold two of its flagships

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Custom Line, part of the Ferretti Group, has announced the sale of two flagships: the first hull of the new Custom Line 120' planing series and the first Navetta 42, the largest semi-displacement yacht in the yard's history. The sale took place a few months prior to completion.

The 38.4m Custom Line 120', designed by the eminent Francesco Paszkowski, will sail to a US owner by the end of the summer, while the 42m Navetta by Zuccon International Project studio will arrive in Italy in spring 2018. The flagships are being built at the Ferretti Group sites in La Spezia and Ancona.

The swift Custom Line 120' accelerates to 25 knots thanks to two MTU 16V 2000 M94s and is capable of 1,050 miles on a single tank at 11 knots. On board the Custom Line 120 she will accommodate 10 guests in five spacious cabins. The master suite is located on the main deck and has two separate bathrooms for the owner and his wife. The four crew staterooms accommodate up to seven people. A transom garage and storage space on the tank allow for up to three tenders on board.

The Navetta 42 has a transatlantic range of 3,000 nautical miles at 10 knots and is available with five different engine options from 1,400 to 1,825 hp. She is a four-deck production yacht with extensive customization options. There is a spacious master suite on the main deck and four VIP suites or five less generously-sized guest cabins on the lower deck. The crew area provides accommodation for six with the captain's cabin on the upper deck near the bridge deck.
Aft, the beach club descends to water level. The tender garage opens to the side.

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