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Custom Line 106 presented at the 2018 Miami Boat Show

Ferretti Group Custom Line 106
Ferretti Group Custom Line 106
Ferretti Group Custom Line 106

Ferretti Group Custom Line has recently unveiled its newest addition to the planing range, the Custom Line 106, at the 2018 Miami Yacht Show. The new project, designed by Francesco Paszkowski, got an enthusiastic response from the public and members of the trade at the recent US boat show.

The Custom Line 106 is a product of the partnership between the Francesco Paszkowski Design studio, the Ferretti Group’s Engineering Department and the Product Strategy Committee led by the engineer Piero Ferrari. Her hull design helps to replicate the outstanding hydrodynamic performance of the latest models in the brand’s planing range.

“The Custom Line 106’ marks another step forward in the growth of the Ferretti Group brand dedicated to large fibreglass yachts. This exceptional vessel complements the Custom Line planing-hull selection, which comes together with the array of semi-displacing models to form a comprehensive range for owners who want sizeable spaces, cutting-edge technological solutions, style and comfort: in other words, Custom Line excellence,” stated Alberto Galassi, the Chief Executive Officer of the Ferretti Group.

“In the design of the new 106’, a number of the brand’s distinctive features have been emphasized and new stylistic traits have been introduced. As is plain to see in various places, efforts have been made to break down the boundaries between the exterior and the interior. The new technical solutions and all of the aspects of the exterior and interior lines are closely interlinked, as they are all parts of a single architectural arrangement with a perfect balance between the forms and functions,” explained Francesco Paszkowski.

The new yacht has large and interconnected floor surfaces. To the stern is a more advanced version of the patented DMT – Dual Mode Transom system, featuring two hatches that cover the stairs when the vessel is in motion, thus giving the stern a clean-cut appearance. When the ship stops, they disappear into the central part of the door so that guests can climb up.

The forward area is bigger than on other recent models: on the raised central island there are sofas and upholstered seating with reclining backrests and on the bow area there is a large sun pad.

The forward area is directly connected to the generous flybridge by a walkway. Protected by two large windows on the sides, it has a standard hardtop with two skylights. In addition, Bimini tops or canopies can be fitted to provide shade in the external areas.

The main deck interiors are bathed in natural light thanks to full-height windows. The support columns used on the Custom Line 120’ can also be found here, with lighting, audio and air conditioning systems on them. Further along the starboard side, a wide full-beam master cabin contains plenty of storage space for the owner, as well as two dressing rooms and a large bathroom with dual facilities and a central shower. On request, a panoramic terrace can be added. The port-side bulwark of the main deck provides access to the galley, the crew quarters, and the integrated raised bridge.

On the lower deck guests will be accommodated across four standard cabins: two VIP cabins amidships and two twin ones forward, all with separate bathrooms. The beds in the VIP cabins face the bulwark to make the most of the view from the large hull windows, while an optional additional Pullman bed can be fitted in each of the two twin cabins.

From the garage, a 505 Williams jet tender and a three-person jet ski can be lowered into the water. There is also an additional garage for a Williams 2.80 Jet or a three-person jet ski.

The Custom Line 106 comes with a software allowing an iPad to be used to operate the entertainment system. This solution can be extended and used in conjunction with the owner’s personal devices.

The Custom Line 106 is fitted with twin MTU 16V engines rated at 2217 mhp, which can take it to a maximum speed of 23 knots (preliminary data). Alternatively, it is possible to ask for twin MTU 16V engines, which can generate 2638 mhp and reach a maximum speed of 26 knots (preliminary data). The standard version is equipped with electro-hydraulic stabilizing fins, offering both underway and zero-speed modes. On request, gyroscopic stabilizers can also be fitted for maximum comfort at anchor.