BY APB Staff on 11 Jul 2024

Five Custom Line superyachts have taken to the sea at the Ferretti Group Superyacht Yard in Ancona.

In the space of just a month, five new Custom Line superyachts have taken to the sea at the Ferretti Group Superyacht Yard in Ancona.

They include the new Custom Line 50 flagship, M/Y Asante, the first all-aluminium pleasure vessel in the made-to-measure line, making her debut in the market segment for metal construction yachts under 500 GT. The launch ceremony held on Saturday June 8 was attended by the owner family and the shipyard’s top management and employees, accompanied by their families.

M/Y Felicity, the twelfth Custom Line Navetta 42 hull launched on May 22 with the owner’s family in attendance, is a design project developed by the Ferretti Group Engineering Department, with the Custom Line Atelier playing a role in the interior design process by interpreting the style requirements of the owner family based in the EMEA region.

With a length of 41.8 m and a beam of 8.1 m, this superyacht in the brand’s displacement line features a powerful silhouette. 

In the interiors, the palette mixes vibrant colours with contrasting shades that run from beige and cream to shades of green, featured in the main deck salon and several cabins, through to purple and dark brown in the owner areas. In the upper deck and cockpit, blue and pink gold reign supreme, pointing up the colours and the vicinity of the sea in an area designed as a leisure space for owner and guests.

 The furnishings feature materials such as Arabescato Corchia, Calacatta Viola, Breccia Capraia and Carrara marble, side-by-side with Stone Grey.

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The launch of the eleventh Custom Line 120’ hull was attended last June 12 by the owner’s family, based in the AMAS region, who are particularly fond of the brand’s planning line. Custom Line 120’ M/Y Gerry’s Ferry is a creation of the Ferretti Group Engineering Department, with support from Custom Line Atelier for the interiors, liaising directly with the customer.

With a length of 38.36 meters and a beam of 7.65 meters, she has a distinctly dynamic personality defined by sleek, powerful contours and modern styling, 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 reflected off the sea to flood in.

The colour palette is brought to life by the shades of red featured on several freestanding pieces, including the original chaise lounge in the owner’s area and other furnishings. The use of fine, exclusive materials is front and centre, with brown-tinted Patagonia Original, white travertine and bronze travertine marble, as well as nubuck leather used for various finishings, in keeping with the yacht’s style.

Gerry's Ferry

Gerry’s Ferry

On June 19, the twenty-second hull in the Custom Line 106′ planing line entered the water under the eyes of her captain, dealer and surveyor. This superyacht is the result of collaboration between the Ferretti Group Engineering Department for the exterior styling and the Custom Line Atelier, which provided interior design advice working in constant, direct contact with the customer from the EMEA area.

At 32.82 m in length and 7.4 m in the beam, Custom Line 106’ has generous spaces and clean, rigorous lines. 

The chic interior design is based on colours such as beige, off-white and brown. The decor features materials such as Nero Marquinia – a fine grain, white veined marble used extensively in the owner’s area – along with bronze travertine and Sahara Noir marble for certain furnishing elements, and American walnut.

A new launch for the Custom Line Navetta 30 line took place on June 27, with the owner family in attendance. The 20th hull in the brand’s displacement line is a joint design effort by the Product Strategy Department, which produced the exterior design, and the Ferretti Group Engineering Department, along with ACPV Architects’ Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel for the interior architecture and architect Filippo Salvetti for the exterior styling.

Consulting for the interior design was provided by Custom Line Atelier. With a length of 28.43 m and a beam of 7.3 m, this superyacht has a dynamic profile pointed up by the extended sweep of horizontal lines towards the bow.

In the interiors, the colour palette combines pale and bright tones that amplify light. The colours range from off-white to beige, pink, brown and blue. The decor features natural materials like rope, natural teak, nubuck leather and Calacatta Oro marble in the freestanding elements.

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