Custom Line celebrates their 21 2023 launches with new head offices

The number of vessels launched from the Ferretti Group Superyacht Yard in Ancona over the last 12 months demonstrates the growth of Custom Line, which closed 2023 with another three launches

18 January 2024 | by Redazione

Custom Line closes 2023 with three new launches, bringing the number of superyachts launched over the last twelve months to 21. A year marked with continued growth, and which, in December, saw the opening of new head offices for the shipyard, in the Ferretti Group Superyacht Yard in Ancona.


The final launch of the year was the M/Y Pufferfish, 33 metres long and 7.52 metres wide. This is the thirtieth version of the Custom Line Navetta 33, a displacement hull, which resulted from the work of the Product strategy committee, who curated the exterior design, Ferretti Group’s engineering department, who focused on the interior, and consultation from Custom Line Atelier. This majestic vessel, whose launch was celebrated by the workforce and partners who contributed to the design, is elegant and classy, with well-curated spaces for the owner and their guests, using the natural colours of the structural elements as a contrast to the more pronounced colours of the furniture and decor.

Before the Pufferfish was the M/Y Nimir, the eleventh Custom Line Navetta 42, and the twentieth model of the Custom Line 106’, designed by Francesco Paszkowski Design and Custom Line Atelier, who curated the interior. A 32.82 metre long superyacht, with a beam of 7.4m, with a clean yet pronounced profile, essential yet bright spaces, it plays on hues of grey, white and pearl, with more intense notes of bronze and anthracite, in addition to luxury materials such as Statuario Extra marble, glossy Arabescato Orobico marble and Nabuk leather.

The Navetta 42 Nimir, a displacement design curated completely within the Ferretti Group, stands out for its more dynamic character, for its streamlined look and aesthetics based on functionality. Here, too, the interior uses a soft palette – milk white, sand, grey – broken up by graphics and the texture of natural stone, including Bianca Gioia marble, Titanio travertine and Carrara marble.

An achievement which highlights the shipyard’s skill in the use of advanced technology, functional solutions and unmistakeable design, all while completely custom building each vessel.


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