Italian shipyard Custom Line, a brand of Ferretti Group, has kicked off the year with the launch of the eleventh unit in its entry-level Custom Line Navetta 30 displacement series.
The 28.4-metre model was lowered into the water this month at the yard's Ancona site on the Adriatic coast.
Exterior design is by Filippo Salvetti, who also worked alongside the shipyard to create the profile for Custom Line's upcoming Navetta 50 series, expected in 2024.
The yacht's naval architecture was developed by Ferretti Group's in-house engineering department, with interiors courtesy of Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel and Custom Line Atelier.
The Navetta 30 can accommodate ten guests across five cabins comprising a master, two double and two twin cabins. Previous interiors have featured a marine-coloured palette designed to blend the indoor spaces with the surrounding sea visible through large windows.
Onboard highlights include Ferretti Group's patented Dual Mode Transom, which opens at the top to offload a tender and unfolds at the bottom to create a submersible beach platform.
Twin diesel engines enable the model to reach a top speed of 14.5 knots and a maximum distance of 2,050 nautical miles while cruising economically at 10 knots.
The eleventh unit is scheduled for delivery later this year.