Custom Line 108 For Sale

This five-stateroom Custom Line 108 Raised Pilothouse Motor Yacht is on the market at $8.2 million.
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The 2016 Custom Line 108 Alandrea has 20-plus-knot cruise speed, five staterooms, a cruise-worthy layout and an asking price of $8.2 million. Courtesy Allied Marine

“When I first saw the Custom Line 108 Ferretti yacht resting along the quay in Cannes, France, I was struck by her shadow-inducing size juxtaposed with what was a relatively low profile, enhanced by glass. Lots of it,” Yachting previously reported.

“Glass is used extensively on the Custom Line 108 to help connect those on board the Ferretti yacht with the salt of the ocean. For instance, the high-impact-resistant, rectangular hullside ocean-view windows in the four VIP cabins measure about 18 square feet apiece. The main-deck master’s windows have a curious eyebrow look, also providing stunning saltwater vistas. After giving her a good look from the dock, I walked across the passerelle onto a deck of warm, welcoming teak. A bevy of international journalists were mingling, marveling, pointing and staring wide-eyed.”

Hull No. 3 of the Custom Line 108 is called Alandrea and is for sale with Allied Marine with an asking price of $8.2 million. Alandrea is a 2016 build with a five-stateroom layout, a hydraulic fold-out terrace and a beach club.

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An on-deck owners’ stateroom spans the yacht’s full 23-foot-9-inch beam. Courtesy Allied Marine

One of this stylish motor yacht’s highlights is its outdoor spaces. The patented dual-mode hydraulic transom door folds down to create a dance-floor-sized teak beach club. Add a few chaise-style chairs, an umbrella and spend the day enjoying the water toys. It’s worth noting the vessel’s tenders are not included with the sale.

Alfresco dining can be found in multiple locations onboard Alandrea, including the cockpit, the flybridge and the foredeck. The cockpit has a folding fixed table and loose chairs for up to eight guests, which is forward of the three-person, adjustable sun pad. The side deck to starboard has a hydraulic fold-out terrace, creating a great spot for a private meal for two with views.

The foredeck has two L-shaped settees and fixed tables facing each other set around a teak walkway on centerline. Its raised position makes it the go-to place to grab lunch and take in the water or do sundowners on the hook with friends. Additionally, there are sun pads abaft the tables to port and starboard to catch some rays.

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Custom Line’s dual-mode hydraulic transom door folds out to form a teak beach club. Courtesy Allied Marine

Sizable entertainment spaces continue on the flybridge where the current owner has five chaise lounge chairs in the after section, abaft the hot tub. An aft-facing, L-shaped settee is forward of the hot tub. The forward half of the flybridge is covered by a hardtop with a sunroof, in case the captain wants to dial up the sunlight. When it’s time to dine, there is a U-shaped settee and fixed table with two chairs to port, while to starboard is a two-person bar.

The upper helm station is forward and to port with additional bench seating to starboard. A sliding glass door splits the seating leading down to the raised pilothouse and lower helm station.

“An abundance of light, both natural and LED, enhances the volume of the salon, while the bleached-oak sole seems to lengthen it…” Yachting previously reported. “The area is built for cocktails, with a conversation-encouraging, light-fabric, C-shaped settee opposing a large sliding door that leads to the starboard-side foldout teak-deck terrace.”

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Generous glazing in the superstructure and low-back furniture creates a constant connection to the sea from the salon. Courtesy Allied Marine

Alandrea’s salon shares these same features and has a formal dining space forward with room for eight guests.

The well-appointed galley is forward of the salon’s formal dining, just take either of the walkways flanking the forward bulkhead. The day head is to starboard. Galley appliances include:

  • “Side by side” fridge-freezer
  • Ceramic electric-ring cooktop with pan holders
  • Dishwasher
  • Electric oven
  • Freezer 98 liters
  • Fridge 141 liters
  • Commercial ice maker
  • Garbage compactor
  • Microwave oven
  • Quartz resin countertop
  • Two stainless-steel sinks with fresh water

There are sleeping accommodations for up to 12 guests and five crew on Alandrea. The full-beam (23’9″) on-deck master stateroom has a king berth, a 55-inch flat-screen TV, stowage, bookshelves and en suite head. The two amidships VIP staterooms split the centerline with athwartships double berths and en suite heads. Forward the two guest staterooms have twin single berths, a third Pullman berth and en suite heads. Yachting previously noted that all four staterooms belowdecks are “finished to the same level as the master.” There are three-cabin crew quarters with a single berth captain’s cabin and two crew cabins with bunk berths.

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The upper deck is all about alfresco fun. Note the hot tub, bar, dining setup and the array of chaise lounges aft. Courtesy Allied Marine

Power for this Custom Line 108 is twin 2,638 hp MTU 16V2000 M96 diesels with 3,200 hours, giving it a reported 20-plus-knot cruise speed.

Some other notable features on board Alandrea include:

  • 65 kW port genset with soundproof casing
  • 55 kW starboard genset with soundproof casing
  • Nine Internal telephones
  • Open Array Radar antenna
  • Portable GMDSS VHF
  • Router coastal communicator PD-LAN-WIFI-Internet
  • SSB/DSC transceiver
  • Telephone interface GSM/Voice/Fax
  • Telephone switchboard
  • Autopilot
  • Navnet system 3D with color LCD displays, nm radar, chartplotter and GPS, depthsounder
  • Navnet system 3D with color LCD display nm radar, chartplotter and GPS
  • NAVTEX weather receiver

Where is Alandrea located? The yacht is currently lying in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Take the next step: Contact Allied Marine, Eric Frank, 954-600-0369,,

Quick Specifications

  • Length Overall: 108′
  • Maximum Beam: 23’9″
  • Fuel Capacity: 3,880 Gal.
  • Draft: 6’6″