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Superyacht of the Week: Custom Line’s Navetta 37

SuperYacht of the Week
Written by
Charl van Rooy

During its 20th anniversary year in 2016, Custom Line launched its new semi-displacement flagship, the Navetta 37. Here we take a closer look at this Italian stallion.

At 37 metres in length and stretching eight metres across, the Navetta 37 is no small ship. Her Zuccon International Project design hides her volumes well and creates a sensual and harmonious profile. Exterior elements are well proportioned and sharper edges in all the right places makeher seem like a true ocean-going superyacht.

The Navetta 37 features very generous outdoor spaces is can certainly be seen as one of her winning aspects. An outside area on the foredeck, for example, is where guests can relax in a private lounge with sunpads and informal dining setting. A carbon fibre structure can be erected to cover this area in shade.

The sundeck is ideal for cocktails and entertaining. A Jacuzzi placed forward on this deck is where guests can cool down during those hot summer days at anchor.

Large glass sliding doors inviteone into the symmetrical main saloon. Already clearly visible from the exterior, the oversized windows on either side provide this space with exceptional light that brings out the various design and décor elements.

Dark brushed matt walnut has been chosen for the furniture, while the parquet flooring is made from oak contrasting to the clear shades of the leather and lacquer sections. The eight-seating formal dining table his direct access to a sliding door to port.

The upper deck is for relaxing and it is here in the skylounge where guests will be able to enjoy late night movies in extreme comfort.

During the day, this deck can play host to a number of set ups ranging from family breakfasts, a morning workout zone or simply post-lunch chill out spot. The minimal structure surrounding this aft deck makes this a perfect area to enjoy the surrounding views from.

A corridor on the main deck leads through to the master suite that opens into a private study area with a view that is set to inspire. The décor in the suite are hard tones of graphite and brown leather and woods that create a masculine feel. Sharp edges and metal inserts accentuatethis theme.

The lower guest cabins are finished in much the same way. These darker elements can easily be lost however due to the sheer amount of natural light that is invited through those enormous full-length portholes that only Custom Line seem to have mastered.

If you are in search of natural light, however, the beach area is the place to be. The transom folds down and delivers a well-sized sun drenched deck to enjoy the crystal clear waters below from.

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