Custom Line (a brand of Ferretti Group) has launched the latest hull in its Navetta 33 displacement line at its shipyard in Ancona, Italy. The 33-metre model hit the water last month, bringing the number of Navettas on the water incredibly close to 30 – with 17 launches happening this year.
The 29th hull was commissioned by an owner based in the EMEA region. Characterised by her bulbous bow, the yacht's exterior is owed to the Strategic Product Committee.
Accommodation is across five cabins, including a "wide body" owner's cabin in the bow and four lower-deck guest cabins. Interiors were styled by the Ferretti Group Engineering Department (with consulting from Custom Line Atelier). The aesthetic is "pared-down chic" with a colour palette of "milk white", "athena grey", "ice" and "cream", balanced against some darker bronze tones. Décor has been done per the owner's wishes, using materials such as Taj Mahal quartzite, Silk Georgette marble and Tivano leather.
While full details are yet to be disclosed, the Navetta 33 is said to cultivate a "convivial spirit" with its large lounges on both the main and upper decks. Previous models (including Diana II and Adelia) have featured sundeck Jacuzzis and fold-out terraces in the main saloon.
The 26th hull is expected to reach a maximum speed of 15 knots and has a range of 2,000 nautical miles.
This follows the debut of Ferretti Yachts' new 26.9-metre flybridge model, the InFYnito 90.Read More/First look inside Ferretti Yachts' new InFYnito 90