The fourteenth Custom Line Navetta 30 in the brand’s displacement line was given her launch last May 22nd at the Ferretti Group Superyacht Yard in Ancona. Custom Line Navetta 30 M/Y AYSHE entered the water for the first time to applause from the owner – based in the EMEA area – and shipyard personnel, A masterpiece of design and sophisticated elegance, she combines excellent seakeeping, comfort, safety and customisation.
With a length of 28.43 m and a beam of 7.3 m, this superyacht delivers generous volumes while continuing to convey a feeling of lightness, class and harmony. Custom Line Navetta 30 M/Y AYSHE is the result of collaboration between the Strategic Product Committee – which handled the exterior styling – and the Ferretti Group Engineering Department; the interior architecture is by ACPV Architects Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel, with strategic consulting provided by the Custom Line Atelier for the interior design, and the expertise and experience of architect Filippo Salvetti for the exteriors.
The outdoor areas on Custom Line Navetta 30 M/Y AYSHE are characterised by the horizontal sweep of the lines, which extend the dynamism of the hull towards the bow, giving the yacht a sleek and dynamic profile. The four-deck configuration amplifies the space on board, organised in settings created to capture special moments of conviviality and relaxation. With the large, glazed surfaces in the hull and generous stern and bow areas, this superyacht reaches out to the horizon with a panoramic view in every direction.
The interiors and exteriors are complementary, intersecting in a seamless linear continuum that optimises how the spaces are used and their functions. The interior design has a classic imprint revisited through a contemporary lens, with the introduction of carbon detailing, custom textures for the panelling, and sophisticated lacquer finishes. The furnishings and decor are designed according to the owner’s wishes and in collaboration with renowned design brands. The mood is sporty chic, enhanced by the use fine materials such as nubuck leather or Calacatta Gold marble.
The pairing of pale, muted colours – beige, ivory and cream hues prevail – with captivating shades of grey provides an exuberant counterpoint to the orange exterior furnishings that give the spaces a sunny complexion.