Ferretti Group has offered a first look inside its brand new 42.6 metre Custom Line flagship.
Named Custom Line 140, the yacht made its first appearance at Ferretti Group's Private Preview at the Yacht Club de Monaco and went on to make its debut at the Cannes Yachting Festival.
According to Custom Line, the new flagship aims to balance generous onboard spaces with optimal performance to create a leader in this size segment. As well as a fast-displacement hull that allows top speeds of 21.5 knots, the yacht also has a roomy tri-deck design and a gross tonnage of almost 400GT.
This space presents itself in interiors extending across more than 300 square metres and over 200 square metres of outdoor area. On each deck, the design team has ensured a separation between guest and crew areas.
The yacht’s impressive performance is matched by a sporty exterior aesthetic. Exterior and interior styling are by Florence-based studio Francesco Paszkowski Design. Her interior comes from a collaboration between Francesco Paszkowski, Margherita Casprini and the Custom Line Atelier.
The yacht has been created in partnership with the Product Strategy Committee led by Piero Ferrari and the Ferretti Group Engineering Department.
Inspired by residential architecture and backed by in-depth research into shapes and volume, the yacht features a number of key design elements.
In the main saloon, the overhead heights stretch up 2.1 metres and the space is flanked by floor-to-ceiling windows, one of which can be opened. Ivory and diamond-cut leather work with a dark oak parquet floor to give the space a clean, stylish look.
Other key features include a 44-square-metre owner’s cabin fitted with a double walk-in wardrobe and full-beam en suite, which can be fitted with a panoramic terrace if the owner so chooses.
The remaining cabins can be found on the lower deck, comprising three VIP cabins and a guest cabin with twin beds, all with en-suite bathrooms. A complement of seven crew can be housed on board.
Owners will also find a beach club that makes full use of the yacht’s 8.54 metre beam and a spacious 70-square-metre sundeck that's split between three distinct areas. These include a relaxation area with a hydromassage tub and sunbeds, an American bar area forward, and a sheltered lounge area amidships.
The upper deck aft offers an alternative al fresco dining spot for up to ten people, which is connected to a panoramic skylounge via sliding glass doors.
Propulsion comes from a pair of MTU 16V 2000 M96L engines rated 2,638 mhp each.
According to BOAT Pro, there is a total of three Custom Line 140 superyachts currently on order or in-build.