A total of 386 metres of new Custom Line gems touched the water in the first six months of 2020, built with the skill and dedication of specialist Custom Line craftspeople.
Ancona, 1 July 2020 – Custom Line continues to win more and more yacht owners and admirers, as production continues in full swing. Testament to this are the 19 launches planned for 2020: 11 have already taken place, and the next 8 are scheduled before the end of the year at the Ancona shipyard.
The yachts launched since January are: Custom Line 106' #03 “Falcon CA”, Navetta 33 #11 “4LEON”, Navetta 33 #12 “Acqua”, Custom Line 106' #05, Navetta 37 #09 “TELLI”, Custom Line 106' #05, Custom Line 120' #04, Navetta 33 #14 “PENELOPE”, Navetta 42 #04 “HORIZON”, Custom Line 120' #05 and Custom Line 106' #06.
With a total of 386 metres launched, these masterpieces of naval art further confirm the constant commitment, meticulous attention and masterly expertise that Custom Line puts into delivering its yachts to their owners on time. Custom Line customers can thus enjoy their sea voyages and family cruises in the utmost comfort and total privacy.
The Custom Line yard, with its 5 dedicated work sheds, is part of the Ferretti Group Superyacht Yard in Ancona, a world-class naval hub spanning 80,000+ sqm with a private marina that extends over 23,000 sqm of water. The yachts undergo their final fitting-out and completion work at the Custom Line docks, followed by testing and sea trials.
Each customer and their team receive personal attention throughout all phases of the project, from production and launch to delivery – and beyond, with ongoing after-sales support. The yard also provides dedicated offices and facilities at the disposal of captains and crew.
Custom Line currently has 21 yachts under construction – 13 in the sheds and 8 at the completion and dock testing stage prior to delivery to their owners.
In addition to constructing the entire Custom Line fleet, the Ancona shipyard also builds the steel and aluminium mega yachts for the CRN, Riva and Pershing brands.