Thalyssa a Custom Line 124 Superyacht
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|Type/Year:||a Custom Line 124 Superyacht/2012|
|Max Speed:||27.5 knots|
|Cruise Speed:||23.5 knots|
|Builder/Designer:||Zuccon International Project, Custom Line Spa|
With a launch in 2012, the 37.8m (124') motor yacht Thalyssa is the 3rd luxury vessel, belonging to the successful Ferretti Custom Line 124' series. Built by the well known Italian shipyard Custom Line Spa, the Thalyssa superyacht features both exterior as well as interior by renowned Zuccon International Project.
RINA classed, the Ferretti Custom Line 124' superyacht Thalyssa is fitted with twin MTU diesel engines, achieving a top speed of 27.5 knots and a cruising speed of 23.5 knots. Built in composite, Thalyssa's beam is of 7.4m (24'28''), while her maximum draught is of 2.4m (7'87'').
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Ferretti (Custom Line) has always had, as part of its DNA, a vocation for research, innovation and a perfect combination of the latter with design. The exterior lines that make Custom Line so unique are the result of the longstanding partnership between Studio Zuccon International Project, Francesco Paszkowski Design and the Ferretti Group.