Ferretti Group brand Custom Line announced the launch of the 38.4-metre motor yacht CarMa, marking the 10th hull in its Custom Line 120 series.
The planing yacht splashed earlier this month at the Ferretti Group Superyacht Yard in Ancona, Italy ahead of her delivery later this year to an owner based in the EMEA (Europe, the Middle East and Africa) region. The yacht was sold in November 2022 with Ed Dickinson and Kevin Merrigan of Northrop and Johnson acting on behalf of the buyer.
The exterior of CarMa was penned by Francesco Paszkowski Design and features large full-height windows along the length of the vessel's main deck, designed to enhance the indoor-outdoor onboard connection. This design philosophy extends onto the flybridge, where generous wraparound glazing paired with low bulwarks allow for unobstructed views. The top deck also features various setups for lounging and entertaining, including a Jacuzzi aft and ample sunpads forward.
Moving inside, the yacht's layout features five guest accommodations, comprising a main deck master, two doubles and two twins, with an additional four crew cabins.
CarMa's sporty appearance is complemented by a pair of MTU engines supplying a top speed of 25 knots and cruising speed of 23 knots. With a carbon fibre body maintaining a light weight of 217GT, this Ferretti Group-engineered yacht can reach distances of 1,050 nautical miles when travelling at 11 knots.
According to BOATPro, CarMa is accompanied by seven other Custom Line yachts currently in build with deliveries extending into 2024.