Ferretti Group has unveiled its latest superyacht, the Custom Line 120, which was built at the Italian yard’s La Spezia facility for an American owner. The 38.36-metre yacht features a semi-displacement GRP hull, while interior and exterior styling comes courtesy of Francesco Paszkowski.
Ferretti has revealed that hull number one, due for delivery before the end of the year, will be based in Miami and made available for charter in the Caribbean. Hull number two is currently under construction at the yard and work on the third model will begin at the start of next year.
The Custom Line 120 can accommodate up to ten guests split between a main-deck master cabin with his and hers en-suites, two twin cabins and two VIP cabins. Four crew cabins allow for a staff of up to seven people, while the transom garage and foredeck locker allow for three tenders to be stored on board.
The main-deck saloon features an L-shaped sofa facing aft, accessible via a slanted patio door that opens on hydraulic struts, while there is ample space in the formal dining area for all guests to enjoy a meal together.
The upper deck and the shaded skylounge come equipped with a retractable bimini, sunloungers, cocktail bar, al fresco dining options and a superyacht spa pool.
The Custom Line 120 will be powered by a pair of 2,638hp MTU 16V 2000 M94 engines for a top speed of 25 knots, and a cruising range of 1,050nm at the economical speed of 11 knots.
Other superyacht projects currently in works at Ferretti’s numerous yards include the first Riva 90 yacht, scheduled to hit the water in 2018.
For more information, visit Ferretti Group.