Zuccon comments on design of Navetta 37

The new flagship for the Ferretti Group’s semi-displacement Custom Line series is the Navetta 37, featuring exterior and interior design by Zuccon International Project in collaboration with the Group’s R&D department. The first model which made its premiere at the latest Miami Yacht & Brokerage Show will be officially presented in summer.

Bernardo Zuccon, project manager for Zuccon International Project, states the new design formula used for the model projects increased ‘dynamism and sportiness’. He continues to say this intensifies, “the appeal for all the owners who are not necessarily looking for great speed but still feel the charm of the sporty lines. The exterior design perfectly reflects this idea of dynamism: the lines are slender and essential but, at the same time, are able to transmit great sense of solidity and strength. All in the name of a 'Timeless' product, that can live and sail for a long time.”

The Navetta 37 distributive layout does not deviate from the traditional series’ principles, with a three bridges solution plus the sundeck; a clever distribution of the volumes result in an optimal exploitation of the spaces onboard.

In regards to the interior design, as for all the Custom Line models, Navetta 37 ’s decor is entirely customisable. The external areas were conceived as empty spaces to be filled: wide terraces above the sea with just few fixed elements and a wide assortment of loose furniture. The panoramic cockpit is also entirely customisable and the bow outdoor area can be furnished according to the owner taste and equipped either with a hidden garage or a hot tub.

As Zuccon explains, “The concept of Navetta embodies a very romantic element: in close connection with the history of navigation, it highly represents the passion and dedication towards the sea. Zuccon International Project has developed over the years a personal interpretation of this relationship, which has become an essential element in the definition of each project and a starting point in everyone of our jobs: outdoor spaces are appraised to the full so to maintain a direct and constant contact with the sea. Therefore, onboard the Navetta 37, it was carried out a balance research to promote outdoor spaces, keeping them in close relationship with the interiors to create a visual and physical connection with the surrounding environment.

“Perfect examples of this interconnection can be found on the Upper Deck, where a sliding doors system allows the outdoor terrace to enter the internal living area creating a single environment, and on the Main Deck as well, where sliding windows allow to set up a very formal dining area without ever losing contact with the sea. With the same perspective, the bow area has been enhanced and strengthened: no longer an exclusively technical space while more of an increasingly exploited area, with great potential to become one of the main focus for the on board life. The Sun Deck remains a key element thanks to the panoramic view, a private and exclusive deck entirely dedicated to the guest’s relax and amusement.”

With four VIP cabins on the lower deck in addition to the luxurious owner’s suite, the Navetta 37 can host up to 11 guests and a crew of up to 6. Owner’s have the option of four engine configurations.

By Gemma Fottles

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