Bernard Zuccon, project manager for Zuccon International Project, explains how the studio has adopted, “a new design formula that guarantees the greatest possible comfort on board, while at the same time lending the vessel more dynamism and sportiness, intensifying the appeal for all the owners who are not necessarily looking for great speed but still feel the charm of the sport lines.
“The exterior design perfectly reflects this idea of dynamism: the lines are slender and essential but, at the same time, are able to transmit a great sense of solidity and strength”, Zuccon adds.
The Navetta 37’s layout does not deviate much from those of the previous models. There are three decks and a sundeck, although space management has been ‘optimised’, resulting in increased privacy for the owner and guests, with separate pathways and ample space for the crew.
As with all other Custom Line yachts, and as the name suggests, the interior has remained highly customisable. A focus on customisation requires a fine balance between standardised industrial processes and bespoke design. Limited only by structural rigidity, the owner has the run of the mill when it comes to materials and furniture. A key difference between previous models and the new flagship is the addition of a full beam owner’s suite.
With four guest cabins and an owner’s suite, the Navetta 37 can host up to 11 guests and six crewmembers.
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