Introducing the Navetta 33, a new state-of-the-art superyacht joining the wave of Custom Line’s latest generation of semi-displacement superyachts. Measuring 33 metres (108.3 feet) and following in the footsteps of its predecessor, the Navetta 37, the Navetta 33 is the second model in the new series to hit the water on June 22 at the Ferretti Group’s Superyacht Yard in Ancona, one of the leading yacht building hubs in Europe and the site of the production facilities for the entire series.
With five units sold ahead of its official presentation at Ibiza on July 29 and 30, the new 33 model is a joint collaboration between the Group’s Product Strategy Committee, headed by Pietro Ferrari, along with Studio Zuccon International Project for exteriors and the Group’s Engineering Department for interior design. “Thanks to its special charm and its innovative features, cutting edge technology and superior design, it outclasses every other boat within the same category. It’s essentially in a league of its own,” says Alberto Galassi, Ferretti Group CEO.
Boasting a 2000 nautical mile range at economical cruising speed and VOTIS software providing the most flexible and practical onboard infotainment systems, the Navetta 33 also features a special flexible joint in the transmission lines, which absorbs shaft vibrations, as well as other cutting-edge solutions that assist in keeping noise levels to a minimum.
Accommodating up to 10 guests across its spacious four decks, the 33’s external panoramic terrace, multiple lounge areas, interior and exterior dining areas, as well as sun deck with swimming pool provides luxurious comfort and privacy with fabulous views.
“The Navetta 33 will define the nautical landscape in the years to come with its irresistible beauty” declares Galassi. “It is uniquely chic, upgrading luxury to the pure sophistication that every yacht owner desires in order to enhance the pleasure of yachting. I am not surprised that we’ve already sold 5 units ahead of its presentation.”
Custom Line’s Navetta 33 joins the series’ 37-metre models under construction at the yard with a flagship, the Navetta 42, currently in development with a first unit already sold.