In 2016, Custom Line launched its new semi-displacement series with the NAVETTA 37 – and following on from its first successful hull is the NAVETTA 33, designed with even greater technological innovations and luxury in mind.
Having already proven her quality by becoming the winner of the Best Exterior Design: 80-125ft at the World Yachts Trophies 2017, the NAVETTA 33 is expected to be a highly successful model for Custom Line, part of the Ferretti Group.
“I experienced the NAVETTA 33 effect in Ibiza, at the Midsummer Dream event: guests and friends were truly enchanted by this extraordinary vessel’s charms, innovations, technology and design,” Alberto Galassi, CEO of the Ferretti Group commented. “Now the international public is able to discover the NAVETTA 33 at Europe’s foremost boat shows, preceded by our Private Preview. And the creative wave of the new Navetta generation continues: for 2018, we are preparing the début of our 42-metre flagship model.”
The richly detailed interiors are the work of the Product Strategy Committee headed by Piero Ferrari, along with Ferretti Group’s Engineering Department, and Studio Zuccon International Project worked on the exterior design.
The NAVETTA 33 also incorporates a great amount of cutting-edge technology, including sound dampening and noise insulation, hydro-electric stabilising fins with Seakeeper gyroscopic stabilisers, and a patented DMT system that allows the garage door to fold back and create a spacious beach club.
The first NAVETTA 33 uses twin MAN engines, providing 1,400 MHP and a top speed of 15 knots and a cruising speed of 12 knots. Owners have the option of choosing other configurations for even greater power.
The majority of guest accommodation is located on the lower deck: three double cabins and one twin cabin, all of which have en-suite facilities and large windows at water level to provide exceptional views and plenty of natural light. Each bathroom is fitted with a white Corian custom-made sink and the shower cladding and countertops are done in marble.
The crew accommodation contains a spacious dinette with a laundry, galley and sink, plus two double cabins a single cabin and two bathrooms.
The cockpit is fitted with a large sofa, outdoor chairs and side tables for relaxed alfresco dining and conversation. A 4m/13ft glass sliding door and a curtain separate the cockpit from the main salon, containing an ivory-coloured seating area and two tables, one lacquered in a caramel colour and the other in Noir Saint Lauren marble. A widescreen TV slides out of the cabinetry which also stores a fridge. A starboard glass door opens up onto a walkway where the gunwale can be turned into a terrace.
The formal dining area centrepiece is the Eileen dining table by B&B Italia, which is painted in a glossy smoke grey. Eight Ipanema chairs from Poliform use black elm frames and white Chois fabric to complete the look.
A private study separates the Master suite from the hallway. Inside, mirrored sliding panels hide a walk-in wardrobe and the bed features a leather headboard from the Gran Torino collection by Poltrona Frau. Two doors connect to the forward bathroom, where marble is used in the sinks, countertops and showers for a truly impressive finish.
The upper deck compares in size to most main decks of other 33m/108ft superyachts, and this additional room is put to use providing guests with comfortable living areas while also providing the captain with his own quarters directly behind the helm.
Owners have a choice of two layouts that either places the formal dining area inside the skylounge or out onto the upper deck aft: The owner of the first NAVETTA 33 has opted for this outdoor dining layout for even greater space in the skylounge. The alfresco dining table will be made of teak and polished stainless steel and will be coupled with 10 Dedonwhite Dean chairs with wooden armrests.
Three glass panels slide and rotate 90° back to allow guests to flow from the aft deck into the skylounge, furnished with a C-shaped Michael Club sofa by B&B Italia. A coffee table made from a Louis Vuitton trunk that belongs to the owner adds a personal touch among the surrounding cabinetry. The skylounge also contains a TV concealed in the ceiling, and the interior opens up to the sea breeze by sliding sideways the aft bulwark windows. A central lobby and a second pantry can be separated by an anteroom leading into the helm, where guests can watch the action from the observer’s sofa.
Forward of the helm, the bow has deep seating and a generous sunpad section, both of which can be curtained off for guest privacy. Below, there is a hangar to store a second tender or jet ski.
The sundeck from Paola Lenti places two sun loungers in the aft cockpit with a sliding canopy. Ash-grey furnishings and Rams model cushions enhance the natural ambiance of the sundeck, which includes two sofas and a Cove-model coffee table in the central section beneath the shade of the hardtop. For guest refreshment there is a fridge and an ice-maker as well as a grill for alfresco dining. A generous forward whirlpool tub with sunpads for drying off with a nap in the sun complete the sundeck.
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