Spring has been a busy time at the Ferretti Group Shipyard as they have announced the launch of three new Custom Line superyachts in less than a month.

Superyacht OUR RED SEA

Motor yacht AT ONE, a Custom Line Navetta 30, hit the water on 10th April at a ceremony attended by the owner, his family and the Custom Line Team. The yacht is the ninth hull in the Custom Line Navetta 30 series and a multi-faceted collaboration between the Product Strategy Department and Ferrretti Group Engineering, who worked with exterior designer Filippo Salvetti and the Custom Line Atelier alongside Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel at ACPV Architects.

With a length of 28.43m (xxxx), the yacht has a dynamic silhouette with horizontal lines sweeping towards the bow. The timeless but forward-thinking styling blends a muted colour palette of neutral shades with contrasting bright highlights. The furniture and fixtures are created from fine natural materials such as nubuck leather and matt-finish travertine marble, creating an exclusive style.

The new owners of motor yacht QUEEN J III attended her launch on 24th April and were delighted to see their made-to-measure yacht, created by Ferretti Group Engineering and Custom Line Atelier, on the water for the first time. She is the 31st Custom Line Navetta 33, one of the shipyards most successful lines, characterised by her hull technology featuring an innovative bulbous bow providing excellent seaworthiness and stability, plus a range of 2,000 nautical miles.

The chic interior uses warm, rich tones against dark seductive shades in a variety of textures and finishes ranging from travertine marble to American walnut and soft leather.

The most recent launch was motor yacht OUR RED SEA, whose ceremony took place on 6th May in the presence of her owner family who travelled from their home in the Middle East, where the yacht will cruise. With a length of 32.82 m and a planing hull, she is the 21st Custom Line 106 and features design by Ferretti Group Engineering in collaboration with the Custom Line Atelier who have given the yacht a pared down refinement throughout. She boasts generous and spaces and clean lines with a strong architectural balance between the exteriors and interiors. The use of neutral, pale colours in shades of sand, bronze and white are set off against the velvety notes of blue, aquamarine and petrol features in some of the furnishings and fixtures finished in marble, nubuck leather and maple wood.

The launch of these three superyachts reflects the world renowned standards of the Ferretti and Custom Line brands.