The first Custom Line 108' touches the water.

La Spezia, 30th July 2015 - A new exciting moment for Ferretti Group: the launch of the first hull of the Custom Line 108’, the new planning maxi yacht, took place just a few days ago.

Fitting-out operations and the interior décor are going to be completed on the new Custom Line 108’ over the next few days. At the same time, the Group’s Engineering Department will be performing hull performance trials and checking all onboard equipment and systems, including the by-now well-known patented Dual Mode Transom, which controls the movement of the transom, and the innovative ‘VOTIS’ (Videoworks One Touch Infotainment System) infotainment software.

The Custom Line 108’.

Characterized by stylish finishes and original contrasts, further highlighted by exclusive furniture and the greatest possible care for details, the Custom Line 108’ embodies a new concept of luxury, with a truly ‘noble’ touch.

The architects and designers of Ferretti Group's Engineering Department have indeed developed specific solutions that make life onboard this maxi yacht an unforgettable experience, through the use of soft leather, fine woods, and precious materials, like marble. The studies carried out on the all-LED lighting system, which becomes a structural and architectural design element, have resulted in increased comfort.

The Owners can thus not only experience the charm of ‘creating’ the yacht of their dreams: beyond that, they will own a Made-in-Italy jewel that is truly unique thanks to the solutions implemented onboard.

The new maxi yacht comes with two MTU 16V 2000 M94, 2638 Mhp engines, allowing it to reach a maximum speed of 26 knots and a cruising speed of 23 knots, and ensuring a range of 350 and 430 nautical miles, respectively. The yacht will also stand out for a very limited consumption: its range at the economic cruising speed of 12 knots will indeed reach 1,000 nautical miles (preliminary data).

Last but not least, to ensure unmatched comfort even when at anchor, the Custom Line 108’ will be equipped with electro-hydraulic stabilizing fins with underway and zero speed functions.