Custom Line Navetta 38 due in 2024
The 127ft displacement yacht is another Filippo Salvetti and ACPV design collaboration, with the sun deck and beach club among highlights.
Custom Line Navetta 38 has a 2,800nm range at 10 knots
Custom Line is developing the Navetta 38 displacement series at the Ferretti Group Superyacht Yard in Ancona, where the first hull is due to launch in 2024. Like other recent Custom Line models, the Navetta 38 features exterior styling by architect Filippo Salvetti and interior design by ACPV Architects, the studio founded and headed by Antonio Citterio and Patricia Viel.
Developed in collaboration with Ferretti Group’s Strategic Product Department led by Piero Ferrari, its Engineering Department and Custom Line Atelier, the Navetta 38 succeeds the Navetta 37 and has an overall length of 38.76m (127ft 2in), a beam of 8m (26ft 3in) and a sub-300GT volume.
Filippo Salvetti handled exterior styling
Alberto Galassi, CEO of Ferretti Group, said: “The birth of a new Navetta always exceeds expectations. We achieve this goal by drawing on talented designers who create magnificent new balances between form and function. The result is unprecedented elegance, spatial fluidity and absolute comfort.
“In the case of Custom Line Navetta 38, this added value comes from architect Filippo Salvetti and ACPV Architects. Their ideas and diligent work make it possible to experience the sea with absolute intensity, surrounded by style and beauty. Time spent on board Custom Line Navetta 38, when cruising or at anchor, will be a harmonious and pleasurable experience without equal.”
Forward area on the upper deck
The four-deck yacht includes a 40sqm-plus master suite, four guest cabins on the lower deck, accommodation for seven crew including the captain, and completely separated crew and guest flows.
All-glass parapets are used at the aft end of the main and upper decks, and around the 15m-long sun deck. The sun deck offers 70sqm of social space and features an aft sea-view jacuzzi with sun cushions, a sun lounge area forward and an open-air dining area under the shelter of a painted hard top.
Beach club with fold-down sides
Other outdoor areas include a new full-beam beach club with drop-down sides, which combine with the main-deck cockpit to offer over 70sqm of open space furnished with with a system of freestanding modular units.
The interior design emphasises refined detailing and the use of fine materials with natural textures, including various types of leather as well as linen and parchment, chosen for the finishings, upholstery and coverings. The furnishings are custom designed by ACPV and made to measure from natural leather and wood.
Forward view of main-deck saloon
ACPV has created two decor solutions: the more contemporary Cold mood plays with the cool hues of sky and navy blue, while the more classic, timeless Warm mood features a warmer, cosier palette.
The first unit will have a more neutral mood that further emphasises the bond with nature through natural, muted and neutral colours such as beige and ivory, underlining the possibility for owners to customise the yacht’s interiors.
Aft view of upper-deck skylounge
Fitted with two 1,400hp MAN engines, the Navetta 38 has a top speed of 15 knots and a range of about 2,800nm at 10 knots. The model is also available with SCR (Selective Catalytic Reduction), which reduces NOx emissions by 70 per cent, while other technology includes Fratelli Canalicchio standard hydraulics, Najad stabiliser fins and Heinen & Hopman air-conditioning systems.