Ten years after its foundation, Custom Line presents in Genoa the new 97’. Custom Line, part of the Ferretti Group, is the leading shipyard in the production of maxi yachts in composite materials from 29 and 34 meters, with planing and semi-displacement hulls. The Custom Line 97’ is the natural evolution of the Custom Line 94', the model with which the shipyard made its debut at the Festival de la Plaisance in 1998, where it routed the competition to take a leading place in the market, thanks to the introduction of a new conception in interior and exterior layout design. The outstanding Custom Line maxi yachts are semi-customised, a unique feature of excellence. An architect from the shipyard is at the owner’s disposal during the ship building process, providing a wide choice of precious woods, leathers and fabrics to choose from. The broad range of customisation possibilities on these yachts means that all the parts not directly related to the yacht’s structure can be modified, starting from the décor and furniture. The new Custom Line 97’ – 29.7 metres with a planing hull - has a hard top with a central opening, which makes the fly bridge far more comfortable, with various areas of sun and shade. It offers up to 5 double guest cabins and 5 crew cabins, depending on the layout chosen. Custom Line is also exhibiting in Genoa the Navetta 30 and the Custom Line 112’. The sophisticated Navetta 30 is a maxi yacht with a semi-displacement hull for those who prefer a relaxing, totally comfortable cruise instead of having the speed of a planing yacht. The main characteristics of the Navetta 30 are the harmonious exterior lines, perfectly fitting the sophisticated, traditional style interiors. Its triple deck structure provides plenty of space and comfort, with every possible convenience. The 34 metres Custom Line 112’ is the Custom Line’s flagship with planing hull, a perfect synthesis between the classical comfort of the Ferretti yachts and excellent performances. The Custom Line fleet has Mitsubishi ARG (Anti-Roll Gyro) stabilizers, and complies with MCA Short Range specifications, the latest safety regulations issued by the Maritime Coastguard Agency specifically for 24 to 38-metre maxi yachts, in order to raise safety standards and allow their use as charter yachts.