BY Anna Cummins on 20 Mar 2023

The twelfth hull in the Custom Line Navetta 30 displacement line touched water in Ancona on March 8

Custom Line twelfth Navetta 30

Custom Line’s twelfth Navetta 30 has launched in 2023, the twelfth hull in the displacement line and the second superyacht of 2023 for Custom Line. The 28.43-metre superyacht has been bought by an owner from the Asia-Pacific area, according to the Italian boatbuilder.

The new Navetta 30 M/Y Belle Île touched the water on March 8 at the Ferretti Group Superyacht Yard in Ancona, Italy. Custom Line says the superyacht was created by the Strategic Product Committee and the Ferretti Group Engineering Department, with interiors by ACPV Architects Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel in partnership with the Custom Line Atelier. The exterior styling is by Custom Line collaborator Filippo Salvetti. 

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Custom Line Atelier’s team of architects and the rest of the shipyard’s project group worked together closely with the owner and his team to create the yacht and customise her interiors.

This new Navetta 30 is defined by the decision to reduce the number of guest cabins on the lower deck, making room for a study that doubles up as a relaxation space. For the colour scheme that ties the interiors together, the owner has chosen a colour palette of pale, neutral shades like beige and white, alternating with touches of aquamarine and light blue. 

Naval architecture, seaworthiness, comfort, safety and quality are said to be the distinctive elements of M/Y Belle Île, designed and built so that the onboard experience lives up to the owner’s expectations.

Custom Line says the yacht’s ‘generosity of space and volume is combined with the pursuit of an iconic elegance, resulting in a sleek, dynamic profile that bears the imprint of timeless classicism.’

The launch of this superyacht marks the twelfth at the Ancona shipyard in little more than two years since the first unit entered the water.

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