The Italian superyacht builder says the 37m flybridge superyacht is already proving a success and reports that three units are already sold. One in Europe and two in the Middle East, the latter is currently under construction.
Custom Line, the flybridge superyacht brand of Italy’s Ferretti Group, has launched its first Navetta 37. The 121.6ft motoryacht touched the water on Friday, July 29. The operation took place at the shipyard in La Spezia where the 37m vessel was built.
Navetta 37 is the outcome of a complex design process in which the Ferretti Group’s engineers, architects and designers were engaged for over a year.
The Italian superyacht builder says the new Navetta 37 model is already proving a success and reports that three units are already sold. One in Europe and two in the Middle East, the latter is currently under construction.
Commenting on the launch, Stefano de Vivo, chief commercial officer of the Ferretti Group, says: “Launching a new yacht is always an exciting achievement for the whole Group. This particular launch makes us feel very proud because it is the new flagship in the semi-displacement series, the biggest ever built by Custom Line.
“It has been a major challenge for the shipyard and for all those who have been engaged in the creation of this [project]. Without a doubt, it is the most beautiful gift made to yacht lovers worldwide by Custom Line in 2016, the year of its twentieth anniversary celebrations, which this yacht will make even more memorable.”
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The new build will be officially presented at the beginning of September during Ferretti Group’s Private Preview in Monte Carlo. The company will also showcase the yacht at Cannes Yachting Festival and the Monaco Yacht Show in September.
Navetta 37 is a project born from the collaboration between the Strategic Product Committee, the Engineering Department and Studio Zuccon International Project.