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Preview of the new Custom Line Navetta 33 Crescendo series

Yesterday we presented a preview of the new Custom Line 100, and now we are the first to show you some of the first pictures of her classic grand sister, the new Navetta 33m Crescendo.

Based on the highly successful Navetta 30 and Navetta 33 series, the new Crescendo series offers many improvements. Designed by Advanced Yacht Technology and Zuccon International Project, this 32.62m motor yacht is entirely customisable apart the structural details.

Like the CL100, the Navetta 33 Crescendo offers options like side sliding glazed doors coupled to a retractable balcony on the main deck, or large openings bringing a lot of natural light inside. But this series also offer a new layout outside and inside. For example a larger sundeck with Jacuzzi is available for passengers, or the bridge deck presents a large round dining area surrounded by circular glazed doors. The interior still accommodates a master suite forward on the main deck and four double guest staterooms on the lower deck with large windows onto the sea.

The Navetta 33 Crescendo is powered by twin 1,400hp MAN V12 engines or twin 1,550hp MAN V12 engines giving a top speed of 20 knots, a cruise speed of 16.5 knots and a range of 1,600 nautical miles at 10 knots.

Christened Ziacanaia, the first Navetta 33 Crescendo will make her debut during the next Festival de la Plaisance of Cannes in September.

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