BY Anna Cummins on 6 May 2023

The new 38-metre superyacht hit the water for the first time at the Ferretti Group yard

Custom Line Someday

The new 38-metre Custom Line superyacht Someday has hit the water for the first time, at the Ferretti Group Superyacht Yard in Ancona.

Custom Line — a brand of Ferretti Group — describes its latest creation as a ‘true-to-life portrait of the owner’ that reflects their personality. The brand has confirmed the owner is from the EMEA region, 

Someday has been developed by the Ferretti Group Engineering Department, supported by the expertise of Francesco Paszkowski Design for exterior styling and interior design. The Custom Line Atelier played a strategic role in the interior design process, working in close contact with the customer to understand and interpret the style desired.

With a length of 38.36 metres and a beam of 7.65 metres, the yacht has a distinctly sporty personality defined by sleek contours and contemporary style, offering the maximum in terms of speed, performance and wellbeing on board.

The design connects the exterior and interior settings through large hull windows and floor-to-ceiling glazing on deck, allowing natural light and the blue sea at every glance. Making this megayacht even more unique and original are the flybridge, on which the hydromassage tub and sun loungers are incorporated in the same structure, and the layout of the master bathroom, with a side shower and a unique washbasin unit complemented by a large central mirror.

Custom Line Someday

Minimalism and refinement characterise the design of interiors in which the pairing of light and dark colours, in hues ranging from elegant greys to warm and welcoming shades of beige, bronze and brown, enhances the sensation of light and amplifies the liveability of the spaces.

The furnishings and decor are designed according to the owner’s style and taste, in collaboration with renowned design brands, and feature the finest sophisticated materials such as Arabescato Carrara marble, leather, and matt-effect lacquered wood.

The launch comes just weeks after the launch of Custom Line’s new Navetta 50, which is a significant addition to the brand’s displacement line.

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