The seventh unit in the 38.36 metre Custom Line 120 series of motor yachts has been sold with the buyer introduced by Edouard Vignal of Ocean Independence.
Currently under construction in GRP by Italian yard Custom Line to a design by Francesco Paszkowski with naval architecture by the Ferretti Engineering Department, she is scheduled for delivery in 2022.
Because the new yacht will be highly customised, few details of the interior have been released, but she is currently configured to accommodate 10 guests in five cabins while the crew quarters will sleep eight crew.
A two-piece slanted patio door opens on hydraulic struts to give access to the main-deck saloon, which features an L-shaped sofa facing aft, while the formal dining area includes enough room for all ten guests to enjoy a meal together.
The external profile is sleek and powerful, with strong lines running from bow to stern, while dark tinted windows to the cockpit cover and the hardtop, both in metallic grey, give a more aggressive and dynamic look even while in port. Twin 2,638hp MTU diesel engines will give her a cruising speed of 11 knots, topping out at 25 knots.
The asking price of the Custom Line 120 has been withheld.