Technical launch of Custom Line’s new Navetta 33
On the water at Ferretti Group’s Superyacht Yard
Following on from the Navetta 37, the Navetta 33 is the second model in the new series to hit the water and the third project in the new generation of Custom Line yachts, joining an unrivalled fleet of semi-displacement superyachts that includes the Navetta 42 in development. The setting for the launch of the first Navetta 33, was at Ferretti Group’s Superyacht Yard in Ancona, one of the leading yachtbuilding hubs in Europe and the site of the production facilities for the entire Navetta series. The fleet built in this shipyard include the magnificent Navetta 28, the internationally acclaimed 37-metre yacht with five units sold in under a year and the flagship Navetta 42, the first of which has already been sold while still under construction. ‘The Navetta 33 will define the nautical landscape in the years to come with its irresistible beauty’ said Mr. Alberto Galassi, Ferretti Group CEO. ‘Thanks to its special charm and its innovative features, cutting-edge technology and superior design, it outclasses every other boat within the same category.’
The new model will also be among the yachts showcased from 8–10 September this year, at the Ferretti Group’s Private Preview in Monte Carlo. The Navetta 33 introduces some major innovations to Custom Line’s semi-displacement superyachts of this size, the hull with bulbous bow delivers performance at the top of its class in terms of seaworthiness and stability with a range of 2,000 nautical miles (preliminary data) at economic cruising speed. The yacht offers fabulous spaces to owners and their guests across all four decks: from the wide-body master suite forward on the main deck, through to the four guest cabins on the lower deck. The Navetta 33 features all the technical innovations that characterise all Custom Line’s latest models: the patented DMT system for optimal use of the stern area; VOTIS software to provide the most flexible and practical on-board infotainment systems; and an integrated helm station for safe monitoring of the systems and equipment on board while under way.