The Italian shipyard Ferretti has launched the fifth hull of its Custom line 124. With her 37.8 metre length (124ft) and 7.4 metre beam (24ft), she is the largest yacht ever built in the planing line of the Custom Line brand.
Mario Chessa, the Group’s EMEA regional director comments: “This is another very important day for Ferretti and particularly for this model, which is the cutting edge of the Custom Line planing line and of the entire brand. We are proud to be delivering a new hull of our flagship in Europe, a historical market where Ferretti is recognised as the synonym of excellence in yachting”.
The shipyard has restyled the profile of the hull with the installation of a hard top sheltering the sundeck, an element specifically requested by the owner and installed for the very first time on this model.
The main deck salon features a large bar area on port side, just as one steps in from the cockpit. The living and dining area, normally furnished with sofas, wall-mounted furniture and a dining table, has been replaced by a spacious lounge featuring two custom-made L-shaped sofas and coffee tables. A large silk carpet by Sahco adds the final touch to the décor.
Several changes have also been made on the upper deck including an original indoor lounge area, furnished with armchairs, seats, poufs and marine blue and apple green-shade accessories, all supplied by the Italian company Paola Lenti. A dining area, which is normally found in the main deck salon has been moved to the outdoor part of the flybridge to meet the owner’s request.
The yacht is fitted with two MTU 12V 4000 M93L 3510 mhp engines, and she is capable of reaching a maximum speed of 27.5 knots and a cruising speed of 23.5 knots.
The Ferretti Custom Line 124’ #5 comes from the a cooperation between Studio Zuccon International Project and the team at Ferretti Group’s research, design and product development centre, AYT&D (Advanced Yacht Technology & Design).