Ferretti Custom Line, part of the Ferretti Group active in the production as well as sale of fibreglass maxi-yachts between 26 and 38 metres, launched two new motor yachts Hull # 13 and Hull # 14, belonging to its semi-displacement line Navetta 33 Crescendo. The launching ceremony of Navetta 33 Crescendo superyachts Hull # 13 and Hull # 14 took place in Ancona and La Spezia a few days ago.
The two crafts, the result of the close cooperation between Studio Zuccon International Project, AYTD-Advanced Yacht Technology&Design, and the Group’s team of engineers, architects, and designers, share the elegance and Made-in-Italy style perfectly embodied by this model, but also feature different customisation solutions, in line with their Owners’ choices.
The possibility to extensively customise every single model is indeed one of the main characteristics of this brand: the Owner’s wishes lie at the very heart of every project, the final goal being ensuring that every Owner can enjoy a truly ‘tailor-made’ experience at sea.
Navetta 33 Crescendo yacht’s traditional outer profile has been flawlessly harmonised with a contemporary interior design on hull # 13 yacht for Mexico, while hull # 14 yacht is characterised by a more “heavenly” atmosphere.
Luxury yacht Navetta 33 Crescendo stands out in her segment for her 3 full decks integrated in the yachts’ profile and a new large sundeck.
The “Mexican” version features an extensive use of pickled and bleached oak wood and teak floors, while hull # 14 can boast white, light fabrics, glass tables, and white lacquered furniture.
Both models have in common a general sense of spaciousness and a series of functional solutions, resulting from the Owners’ wish to host a large number of guests. This is why, for instance, the upper deck on hull #13 yacht has been extensively modified, replacing the sofa normally found in the helm station area with a pantry area including a sink, a microwave oven, a fridge, a work top and hanging cabinets, to ensure easier and more efficient table service.
On superyacht hull # 14, conversely, the upper deck salon has been furnished with large glass tables and comfortable sofas, seats and furniture specifically designed to the Owner’s requirements.
“We are particularly satisfied with the completion of these two ‘American’ models – explains Marco Segato, Ferretti Group America’s Vice President of Sales -, because it confirms once more the key role played by the American continent, one of the most important areas for Ferretti Group’s International business as a whole. American customers, who have always been very demanding, confirm they appreciate the design, style, harmonious lines, technology and great care for details of our models, which are a symbol of Made in Italy design, and this makes us very proud and spurs us to work even more on this market”.