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Three motor yacht launches in June for Custom Line

Ferretti Custom Line reports a high level of activity in June, with no less than three launches, making a total of six motor yachts launched in 2012. As a reminder, the Italian yard launched a Custom Line 124, a Custom Line 112 Next and a Navetta 26 Crescendo during the spring.

The largest motor yacht of this series is a Navetta 33 Crescendo, the 11th one of this range. Based on the highly successful Navetta 30 and Navetta 33 series, the new Crescendo series offers many improvements. Designed by Advanced Yacht Technology and Zuccon International Project, this 32.62 metre motor yacht is entirely customisable apart the structural details.

more about the Navetta 33 Crescendo

The two other yachts come from the Custom Line 100 series, the 5th and the 6th ones of this range. Although the Custom Line 100 is not the successor to the highly successful Custom Line 97 series (which will stay in production for more traditional clients), she is based on the same raised pilothouse concept. With a more modern and sporty exterior design developed by Advanced Yacht Technology and Zuccon International Project, this all-composite motor yacht is also slightly longer than her predecessor with an LOA of 30.60m.

more about the Custom Line 100

These three yachts will be delivered this summer, and further launches are already scheduled.

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