A division of Ferretti Group, Custom Line began with an intuition in 1996 by Lamberto Tacoli and Norberto Ferretti to build a range of yachts larger than the flybridge Ferretti models currently offered at the time. Their goal was to open their market to enable their clients to remain faithful to their brand, launching both planing and semi-displacement models, the first a Custom Line 94.
Superyachts in composite materials from Custom Line Yachts are skillfully and technically built in Ferretti yards in Italy, backed by the most advanced design and naval research center in the world, AYT-Advanced Yacht Technology, in conjunction with talented architects and designers who skillfully combine quality, great attention to detail, safety, and excellent performance at sea. Custom Line offers just that: an ability for owners to create a semi-custom yacht that is uniquely theirs, crafted with their personal touch.
With the creation of the Ferretti Yachts division in 2002, came the introduction of the ARG (Anti-Rolling Gyro) stabilization system which was tested for the first time exclusively on a Custom Line yacht. ARG allows a reduction of over 50 percent of wave roll, giving owners comfort at sea. Safety and technological excellence combine in the advanced Naviop and Gi8 systems, allowing onboard functions to easily be monitored on an interactive display, common rail motors give great performance in addition to reduced noise and water pollution.
Custom Line includes planing yachts CL 97, CL 100, CL 112 NEXT, and CL 124. The flagship Custom Line 124 allows owners to consult with architects and designers of the Ferretti Group’s Centro Stile on non-structural elements like the décor. Her deep blue hull and white superstructure contain spacious interior and exterior areas. The CL 112 NEXT improves functionality of internal areas without compromising performance. The stylish composite-built CL100 motoryacht features a spacious layout in the main saloon with the addition of a sliding glass door on the starboard side, allowing for the saloon to open up further onto a balcony.
Custom Line also includes semi-displacement yacht models Navetta 26 Crescendo and Navetta 33 Crescendo. The amenity-packed, 33-meter (108 feet) Crescendo megayacht “Ziacanaia” powers up to approximately 20 knots with a range of over 1,500 nautical miles at 10 or less knots and cruises at 16 knots. A balcony jettisons from the bulwark, and the interior is light and airy, accented by creams and light browns. The Navetta 33 Crescendo is a reflection of the relationship between Studio Zuccon International Project, the AYT-Advanced Yacht Technology, and Ferretti Group’s Centro Stile. She also features the strategically placed sliding doors that open to a folding balcony platform on the main deck.