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Custom Line closes 2023 with three new launches

Custom Line closes 2023 with three new launches, taking the number of superyachts to enter the water for their fortunate owners to 21 over the last 12 months. It has been a year of record numbers and constant growth, as well as of the official opening last December 11 of the new operational headquarters at the Ferretti Group Superyacht Yard in Ancona.

M/Y NIMIR, the eleventh Custom Line Navetta 42 unit launched on November 28 with the owner family in attendance, is the result of a project developed by Ferretti Group’s Engineering Department, with the Custom Line Atelier playing a strategic role in the interior design process by interpreting the style requirements of the owner family based in the EMEA region. With a length of 41.8 m and a beam of 8.1 m, this superyacht in the brand’s displacement line features a sleek, dynamic profile, flowing lines, formal clarity and a functional aesthetic.

The colour palette chosen for the interiors pairs pale, muted colours with contrasting tones that range from subtle milk white and sand to elegant shades of grey. The furnishings feature fine materials such as Bianca Gioia, Travertino Titanio and Carrara marble, creating a style that is both regal and refined at the same time. The twentieth Custom Line 106’ unit in the planing line was launched last December 5 and is a creation of the Ferretti Group Engineering Department, with the support of Francesco Paszkowski Design for the interiors and the exterior styling, and Custom Line Atelier for the interior design, working in close and constant contact with the customer, based in the EMEA region.

Custom Line 106’ embodies Made in Italy excellence and radiates a luminous beauty conferred on the yacht by the natural light that permeates and amplifies the spaces onboard. An emblem of clean architectural lines and timeless excellence, this superyacht – with a length of 32.82 metres and a beam of 7.4 metres – offers generous spaces and clean, rigorous lines, creating a sense of pared-down refinement that pervades every setting on the yacht. The chromatic harmony in the onboard spaces is based on a silk grey-coloured type of wood that lends a note of modernity, paired with neutral colours such as white and pearl and more vivid ones like bronze and anthracite, combined with sophisticated materials including the fine marbles Statuario Extra and polished Arabescato Orobico, and nubuck leather.

The last launch of the year was of the thirtieth Custom Line Navetta 33 unit, launched last December 19 with the name M/Y Pufferfish, during a ceremony attended by all Custom Line employees and the outside contractors who work with the brand. The new Custom Line hull belongs to an owner family based in the EMEA region and is the result of collaboration between the Strategic Product Committee – which handled the exterior styling – and the Ferretti Group Engineering Department, whose architects and designers created the interiors, with strategic interior design consulting provided by the Custom Line Atelier. 33 metres long and 7.52 metres in the beam, Custom Line Navetta 33 features the model’s signature silhouette, characterised by a refined sense of majesty, and is the epitome of class and light-touch sophistication.

The chic and stylish design of the interiors pairs the neutral and silk grey colours of the structural parts with the contrasting vibrancy of pink, blue and orange used for the decor and furnishings, which were custom made to reflect the owner’s tastes using unique, high-quality materials including Calcatta Oro marble. 2023 confirms Custom Line’s original mission and the brand’s points of strength, built on the perfect combination of state-of-the-art technology, ingenious functional solutions and an unmistakable design.

These elements are joined by a special focus on the customisation of the interiors, to which Custom Line brings an attention to detail that transforms each superyacht into a unique work of art, a masterpiece telling a unique story. The owner’s.

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