Custom Line Navetta 37 rendering
Custom Line, part of the Ferretti Group, plans to introduce the Navetta 37 as its new flagship in summer 2016. She will have a length overall of 121 feet 6 inches, making her the largest Navetta that Custom Line has built to date.
A new hull design, bulbous bow and draft no deeper than 7 feet will allow owners to choose among four engine packages. The standard power plants will be twin 1,268-mhp MTU 8V 2000 M94 engines. Other choices will be twin 1,650-mhp Baudouin M26.3 engines, twin 1,623-mhp MTU 10V 2000 M94 engines and twin 1,948-mhp MTU 12V 2000 M94 engines.
The Navetta 37 is being designed by the Ferretti Group’s Product Strategy Committee in cooperation with its Research and Development Department and Studio Zuccon International Project. The shape of the bow is noteworthy, rising to the first superstructure level to create a powerful appearance on the outside while creating room for a wide-body master stateroom on the main deck forward.
Four additional guest staterooms are belowdecks. Three are identical with double berths, office/vanity areas, walk-in closets and en suite bathrooms. The fourth guest cabin has twin beds and an en suite head. The Navetta 37 also will have the Dual Mode Transom system, which allows the garage door to move up or down, depending on the owner’s needs. The outdoor seating area at the stern will open to an indoor beach club-style space that can be extended by a concealing floor above the tender garage.
Additional technology aboard the Navetta 37 includes at-anchor stabilizing fins and the Videoworks One Touch Infotainment System, which replaces all remote controls and allows guests to operate televisions and sound systems through tablets and smartphones.
Learn more at www.ferrettigroup.com.