The last hull of the Navetta 28 series by Custom Line, named Chelonia, has been sold with Miha Dolinar of MennYacht representing the seller and Erman Aytas from Ultimo Yachts representing the buyer. The deal was closed in less than a month from the buyer's first offer to delivery.
Launched in 2019 by Ferretti Group brand Custom Line, the 28.31 metre motor yacht is the precursor to the new Navetta 30 series. She was constructed in GRP with a teak deck to a design by Zuccon International Project, with naval architecture undertaken by the Ferretti Engineering Department.
The Navetta 28 model is unique for offering over 100 customisation options for the interiors and exteriors. From integrated AV/TV systems and dimming light solutions to the size of the shower, the new build offered a range of adaptation options for the new owner.
On board Chelonia, there are five ensuite cabins that can accommodate up to 10 guests, alongside cabins for five members of crew. The main interior social space is the open-plan saloon, which is outfitted with a lounge area, a concealed cinema and a formal dining area.
The main saloon moves seamlessly into the outdoor spaces, which on board Chelonia are well-equipped for al fresco entertaining. To starboard, the main deck offers a cocktail bar and lounge and well as a private owner’s terrace accessed directly from the master suite.
A standout feature on Chelonia is her Dual Mode Transom. By combining a floodable garage, a swimming platform and a nine square metre beach club in one space on the lower deck, Chelonia offers one of the largest clubs for a yacht in her size class.
Powered by twin MAN diesel engines, Chelonia can reach a top speed of 16 knots and cruises comfortably around 13.5 knots.
Chelonia was asking €5,850,000.