For Sale: Custom Line 108

This one-owner, 2016 Custom Line 108 has a five-stateroom, six-head layout and a $7.5 million asking price.
Custom Line 108 Dokinha V
The Custom Line 108 has high-impact-resistant, rectangular hullside windows in the four guest staterooms and measure about 18 square feet apiece. note the foldout terrace off the salon. Courtesy Allied Marine

Allied Marine has Dokinha V, a Custom Line 108, listed for sale with an asking price of $7.5 million. The 2016 build is the fifth hull in a limited run of Raised Pilot House Motor Yachts produced by Custom Line. It has a five-stateroom, six-head layout, and is notable for its multiple alfresco dining and entertainment spaces.

Stepping onto Dokinha V’s teak swim platform, the yacht’s transom door lifts to reveal a Williams Dieseljet yacht tender as well as PWC stowage. Walking up the teak steps to the cockpit, there is bench seating set against the transom with a folding table and loose chairs creating shaded alfresco dining for up to 10 guests.

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The flybridge overhang provides shaded cockpit dining for about eight guests. Courtesy Allied Marine

Integral stairs to starboard lead from the cockpit up to the 108-footer’s flybridge, which has three lounge chairs and a Whirlpool spa aft for fun in the sun. An L-shaped sofa to port sits back-to-back with a forward U-shaped sofa, which has a folding table for another shaded alfresco dining space. The helm station with bench-style seat is forward and to port while there is a docking station to starboard. A two-seat wet bar and a grill are also located to starboard. A retractable sunroof in the hardtop allows the captain to control the volume of sunlight.

This Custom Line 108 has a second and all-weather second helm station located in the raised pilot house, which is accessible from the flybridge via a sliding door and a staircase on centerline.

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Low-back furniture and abundant glass creates a sense of volume in the salon. The interior vibe is warm and modern. Courtesy Allied Marine

When it’s time to enjoy sundowners at sunset or mimosas in the morning, guests can transit the Custom Line 108’s wide side decks to the foredeck where a four-person sun pad is abaft two L-shaped settees with tables.

In addition to an entertainment-centric exterior layout, the Custom Line108’s interior follows suit. Salon seating includes a loveseat and an L-shaped sofa to port positioned across from a 65-inch flat-screen TV. To starboard, double sliding glass doors lead to a hydraulic fold-out terrace, creating a perfect spot to take in a sunrise or open it for warm and welcome cross breezes in the salon and dining area.

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The Custom Line 108 has a full-beam on-deck master staterooms. Four guest staterooms and three crew cabins are belowdecks. Courtesy Allied Marine

Cabinets forward separate the salon and the formal dining space, where there is a 10-person glass-top table. The galley is forward from the dining space and can be closed off from the salon when entertaining via a pocket door. The galley has enough Quartz-resin countertop space for chef and crew to prepare meals together. The galley has a side-by-side refrigerator and freezer with an ice maker, cabinets with shelves and drawers to stow provisions, a ceramic electric four-plus-one ring cooktop with pan holders, a dishwasher, an electric oven, a Siemens microwave oven, Mini Hi-Fi system CD with tuner, overhead cupboards with shelves, two stainless-steel sinks and Venetian blinds. There is also side-deck access to port for easy servicing.

Sleeping accommodations include a full-beam, on-deck master stateroom with a king berth, 55-inch flat-screen TV, bookshelves, stowage, a desk, a digital safe and an en suite head with marble sole. The four guest staterooms are belowdecks. There are two VIP staterooms aft, both of which have double berths, 48-inch flat-screen TVs, stowage and en suite heads. Forward, are the two guest staterooms with one to port and one to starboard. Both have twin berths, 32-inch flat-screen TVs and en suite heads. There are three cabins for crew.

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The foredeck lounge is designed with purpose as it creates a sizable entertaining space while maintaining the yacht’s sleek profile. Courtesy Allied Marine

Twin 1,690 hp MTU 16V2000 M94 diesels provide power for the Custom Line 108, giving Dokinha V a reported cruising speed of 20-plus knots.

Other notable features on board include Seakeeper gyros, a three-cabin crew quarters, a washer and dryer combo, a wine cooler, two VHF transceivers, a Furuno AIS system, FLIR Night vision, two VHF antennas, three GPS antennas, EPIRB, two 50 kW gensets to port and starboard with soundshields and 3,710 hours and 3,659 hours, respectively.

Custom Line 108 Dokinha V
Navigating, dining and relaxing are all available options on the top deck. The sunroof is retractable. Courtesy Allied Marine

From the Yachting Archive: Custom Line 108 Ferretti Yacht Review

“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. Glass is used extensively on the Custom Line 108 to help connect those on board the yacht with the salt of the ocean.” – Yachting, April 2016

Where is Dokinha V located? The yacht is currently lying in Aventura, Florida.

Take the next step: contact the listing agent, Bob Martin, 305-710-3952,,

Quick Specifications

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