on 2 Jan 2019
"Maria Theresa" and "Dilly Dally" superyachts from the semi-displacement range take to water in the Ferretti Group Superyacht Yard
Two new launches from made-to-measure Custom Line were held in the same week at Ferretti Group’s Superyacht Yard in Ancona, Italy: the Maria Theresa, the sixth Custom Line Navetta 33, and the Dilly Dally, the sixth Custom Line Navetta 37.
These two creations of nautical engineering are the result of the partnership between the Product Strategy Committee – headed by Engineer Piero Ferrari – the Engineering Department, and Studio Zuccon International Project – which designed the exterior lines of the two yachts.
(Photo: Custom Line – Navetta 33 Maria Theresa)
The Navetta 33 and the Navetta 37 offer seaworthiness, comfort, safety, and customization, qualities which are part of the brand’s DNA from the outset. These products claim to be revolutionary in terms of their style, volume, and attention to detail.
As with all Custom Line vessels, the interior layouts offer exclusive features. Every request from the customer was implemented by the architects and designers at the shipyard. These teams, who work with a vast range of prized woods and furnishing materials on display at the showroom, came up with solutions that are both functional and aesthetically advanced.
(Photo: Custom Line – Navetta 37 Dilly Dally)
The owner of the sixth Navetta 33 is from Brazil, whereas the owner of the new Navetta 37 hails from America.
Ferretti Group’s Superyacht Yard is a world-class ship-building facility that also produces the steel and aluminium mega-yachts for the CRN, Riva, and Pershing brands, as well as the entire Custom Line fleet in composite.