Latest News

Ferretti Group launches new Custom Line 106’ superyacht

Editors Picks / Featured Articles / Lifestyle / Slider / 17/03/2019

Italian shipbuilding company Ferretti Group has launched the first model of the new Custom Line 106’ planing series. The Executive takes a closer look.

The 32-metre design is the second to come from a new relationship between the Ferretti Engineering Department and the Francesco Pazkowski Design studio.

The superyacht embodies a new horizon in perfection, with meticulously clean-cut lines and large spaces steeped in simple sophistication, offering unparalleled comfort for the owner.

Alberto Galassi, CEO of the Ferretti Group, said: “The Custom Line 106 marks another step forward to form a comprehensive range for owners who want sizeable spaces, cutting-edge technological solutions, style, and comfort.

“The nautical and aesthetic expressive qualities of the Custom Line 106 are unbeatably rich, because they draw on the voices and inspiration of hugely talented people.

“It is the only way to ensure that the specific requirements of owners and their families are met, giving rise to yachts that are guaranteed to set a new benchmark in the field.”

The interiors of the main deck are bathed in natural light thanks to the large, full-height windows. The full-beam master cabin is in the foredeck and there are four standard cabins on the lower deck: two VIP cabins amidships and two twin ones forward, all with separate bathrooms. 

The Custom Line 106’ will be unveiled for the first time in June during the Venice Boat Show at an exclusive event for a select group of owners. The official presentation will take place in September at the Cannes Yachting Festival.

Jack Bell

Previous Post

Omega releases limited edition Apollo 11 50th anniversary Speedmaster

Next Post

Highly-anticipated Six Senses Krabey Island opens in Cambodia

More Stories

Omega releases limited edition Apollo 11 50th anniversary Speedmaster

It's now been 50 years since man first walked on the moon, and 50 years since the Omega Speedmaster Professional became...

Show Buttons
Hide Buttons