Ferretti Group has announced details of Navetta 37, a new 37m yacht joining its Custom Line.
The Italian shipyard says she is set to become the new flagship of the semi-displacement line, and the largest Navetta ever built by Custom Line. The yacht will make her debut in the summer 2016.
At 37m long and with a 8m beam, the Navetta 37 boasts a brand-new hull with a bulbous bow. The project for the hull, whose maximum draft will not exceed 2.10m, aims to ensure the utmost efficiency in any and all sea conditions. It also allows the owner to choose from among as many as four engine configurations.
Ferretti Group’s chief commercial officer Stefano De Vivo, comments: “Excellence in the widest and highest sense of this term: this is the word that best represents the new Navetta 37, which is the heir of so many generations of successful yachts under Custom Line’s brand, but also a vessel boasting state-of-the art technology and design.”
Every Navetta yacht in Ferretti’s Custom Line is conceived for long-range cruising and to make sure that owners and guests enjoy every single moment on board these outstanding examples of naval engineering.
The design for the Navetta 37 results from the close collaboration between Ferretti Group’s Product Strategy Committee, including Piero Ferrari, the Research and Development department, and Studio Zuccon International Project.
The Navetta 37 is also fitted with Ferretti’s patented Dual Mode Transom (DMT) system, which allows moving the garage door upwards and downwards, thereby making technical operations easier and creating an outdoor beach area. In addition, the yacht features an indoor lounge brightened by a large hull glazing.
Designers have also worked on a much more efficient interior layout on the Navetta 37 to provide a better organisation of onboard flows, total privacy for the owner and his guests, and great freedom of movement for the captain and the crew.
The Navetta 37 comes standard with the VOTIS (Videoworks One Touch Infotainment System) infotainment and management system. She is also equipped with electrical-hydraulic stabilising fins featuring the underway and zero speed modes, which reduce rolling and are installed standard on this yacht. The yard says gyroscopic stabilizers can also be added upon request.
Propulsion for the yacht is available in four different configurations, ranging from 8 to 12 cylinders. These different options offer wide choice of engines. In the standard version the Navetta 37 is equipped with two MTU 8V 2000 M94, 1268 Mhp engines.
The three alternative optional configurations
- 2 Baudouin M26.3 1,650 Mhp engines
- 2 MTU 10V 2000 M94, 1,623 Mhp engines
- 2 MTU 12V 2000 M94, 1,948 Mhp engines.