After an extensive design process, Custom Line’s Navetta 37 has finally materialised and hit the water in Italy. According to the shipyard, Ferretti Group’s engineers, architects and designers were all engaged for over a year to create the 37m motoryacht. Built in La Spezia, the semi displacement yacht will now embark on its sea trials.
The project was conceived as a result of the collaboration between the Strategic Product Committee, within which the Ferretti Group is proud to have Mr. Piero Ferrari, the engineering department and studio Zuccon International Project, which are responsible for the and engineering appearance of the yacht. Astonishingly, three units have already been sold prior to the first yachts launch, one to a European client and the remaining two to Middle Eastern clients.
The Navetta 37 is the largest yacht ever built by Custom Line and, as a result, it makes far more of its exterior spaces, in comparison to the yard’s previous yachts, with five main exterior areas, including a beach club, which lowers to facilitate the transom tender garage as well as a swim platform.
Out of the four ranges in the Navetta series (Navetta 28, Navetta 33 Crescendo, Navetta 37 and Navetta 42) the two larger vessels feature more fluent linear exteriors, creating a more holistic design profile. The decretive plates, which disguise the structural pillars of the yacht, appear at a greater angles to the superstructure than on previous Navetta designs and intertwine alluringly with the overhang.
“Launching a new maxi yacht is always an exciting achievement for the whole Group”, comments Ferretti’s chief commercial officer, Stefano de Vivo. “This particular launch makes us feel very proud because it is the new flagship in the semi-displacement series, the biggest ever built by Custom Line. It has been a major challenge for the shipyard and for all those who have been engaged in its creation.”
Navetta 37 will be officially presented at the beginning of September during the Ferretti Group’s private preview in Monaco. She will then go on to the Cannes Yachting Festival and the Monaco Yacht Show at the end of September.