The Custom Line 106 made her debut recently at the Venice Boat Show in Italy.
A planing yacht, the Custom Line 106 was created in cooperation with designer Francesco Paszkowski. Interiors were developed with Paszkowski and Margherita Casprini.
According to Custom Line, the yacht has nearly 2,400 square feet of exterior sole surfaces, all interconnected. The flybridge is connected to the bow through a port [walkway|], while a starboard walkway leads to the cockpit (which also connects to the flybridge, via a stairway). Up on the flybridge, there’s a hardtop with two skylights.
The stern has a Dual Mode Transom system with two sliding doors that cover the stairs when the yacht is underway, creating a cleaner profile.
Inside, the windows in the salon are sole-to-ceiling, and owners can request an electrically opening central window. The support columns serve as housing for lighting, audio and air conditioning systems. There are five staterooms for guests.
What about performance? According to Custom Line, the twin MTU 16V 2000 M86 engines push the 106 to a cruising speed of 20 knots and a maximum speed of 23 knots. Opting for M96Ls increases those figures to 22 and 26 knots, respectively.
For more information, visit: customline-yacht.com