Cu­stom Li­ne 120’

Superyacht - - TEN YEARS OF MONTE -

TECH­NI­CAL DATA LOA: 38.36 m – LWL: 31.40 m – Beam: 7. m65 – Draught: 2.13 m – Di­spla­ce­ment Dry: 150 tons – Di­spla­ce­ment ful­ly la­den: 175 tons – Fuel tank ca­pa­ci­ty: 16,300 li­tres – Wa­ter tank ca­pa­ci­ty: 3,000 li­tres – En­gi­nes: 2x2.638 HP MTU 16V 2000 M96L – Top speed de­cla­red: 25 kno­ts – Crui­sing speed de­cla­red: 21 kno­ts – Ran­ge at 11 kno­ts: 1,100 nm – Guests & crew: 20 – Class: RINA Class Cer­ti­fi­ca­te for Plea­su­re Ya­cht, C Mal­ta Cross Hull, ● MACH, Y, Un­re­stric­ted Na­vi­ga­tion.

The re­newed Cu­stom Li­ne thanks to Fran­ce­sco Pasz­ko­w­ski’s crea­ti­vi­ty whi­ch is kno­wn for spor­ty ma­scu­li­ne trai­ts, is clear­ly vi­si­ble in the sha­pe of the new 120’ fea­tu­ring a strea­ming no frills cut­ting si­lhouet­te whi­ch com­pri­ses se­ve­ral in­no­va­ti­ve so­lu­tions. Am­ple use of car­bon fi­bre whi­ch has been de­ployed in the su­per­struc­tu­re trans­la­tes in­to the fly brid­ge top deck being free of sup­port props whi­ch ‘nor­mal­ly’ run do­wn to the coc­k­pit the re­sult is a mo­re ap­pea­ling ele­gant look. The sli­ding door lea­ding in­to the li­ving area from the coc­k­pit is set at 45° and co­mes in one of two ver­sions: the clas­sic tra­di­tio­nal one wi­th cut glass sli­ding pa­nels and one whi­ch slo­ts in­to the cei­ling thanks to a new gim­bal­led sy­stem whi­ch has been de­ve­lo­ped and fi­na­li­sed wi­th Me­caer Avia­tion Group. Thanks to this sy­stem the ow­ner can choo­se to bring to­ge­ther the li­ving in­te­rior area and the coc­k­pit the­re­by crea­ting a sin­gle 80 squa­re me­tre spa­ce fur­ni­shed wi­th ‘cur­tains’ that act as se­pa­ra­tors when see­king grea­ter pri­va­cy. Ac­ces­sing the li­ving area in­si­de we find a rai­sed floa­ting floo­ring whi­ch of­fers a broa­der sur­roun­ding view whi­ch is fur­ther en­han­ced by am­ple gla­zed pa­nels whi­ch ex­tend along all the su­per­struc­tu­re from bow to stern. The ge­ne­ral de­cor ta­kes af­ter that of se­ve­ral lu­xu­ry ho­mes. It is hi­ghlighted by struc­tu­ral co­lumns whi­ch con­tain lighting, au­dio and A/C sy­stems and plan­ts. The ow­ner’s sui­te is si­tua­ted along the bow area of the main deck and runs full beam across mea­su­ring 35 squa­re me­tres. It com­pri­ses twin ba­th­rooms wi­th a sin­gle sho­wer unit in the

midd­le of the two, a walk in war­dro­be/ dres­sing room and ta­ble. An ope­ning/clo­sing pa­no­ra­mic ter­ra­ce can be in­stal­led in­to the top­si­des on re­que­st. The gue­st ca­bins are si­tua­ted as is cu­sto­ma­ry along the lo­wer deck. Two are VIP and fa­ce the si­des to of­fer a bet­ter view and are pla­ced in the stern area, whi­le the other two are sin­gle and are si­tua­ted in the bow wi­th a fold away ex­tra ber­th. The crew di­spo­se of their own pas­sa­ge ways in­clu­ding the pan­try area and loun­ge so as not to in­ter­fe­re wi­th guests. A se­pa­ra­te crew gal­ley and four ca­bins wi­th de­di­ca­ted ba­th­room are si­tua­ted along the lo­wer deck as well. Two of them are de­di­ca­ted to cap­tain and ho­stess and the re­mai­ning two twins are for the sea­men. The up­per deck hosts the helm con­trols sta­tion equip­ped wi­th la­te­st ge­ne­ra­tion LOOP in­te­gra­ted sy­stem by Na­viop-sim­rad wi­th tou­ch screen di­splays al­lo­wing you to mo­ni­tor and run all on board plan­ts wi­th a stro­ke of one fin­ger. A spe­cial fea­tu­re con­cer­ning the ex­te­rior lay­out is that ea­ch one of the areas can be as one as if the­re we­re a sin­gle 100 squa­re me­tre spa­ce bet­ween the fly-deck and the bow area whi­ch is al­so di­rec­tly ac­ces­si­ble from a se­con­da­ry helm con­trols sta­tion. The fly deck is fit­ted out wi­th a hy­dro mas­sa­ge tub, free stan­ding fur­ni­tu­re and la­te­ral sun pads in the bow sec­tion as well as an in­for­mal di­ning area and a roll-away bi­mi­ni top whi­ch slo­ts in­to the see th­rou­gh hard top. The stern fea­tu­res a DMT Dual Tran­som Mo­de whi­ch in this ca­se com­pri­ses the use of the stern tran­som whi­ch when un­der­way hi­de the steps lea­ding up to the coc­k­pit whi­ch is ap­pea­ling and crea­tes a clea­ner fi­ni­sh to the de­si­gn. The Cu­stom Li­ne is new al­so be­low the wa­ter­li­ne: it has been ex­ten­ded fur­ther along the bow to en­su­re mo­re ef­fi­cien­cy and per­for­man­ce whi­le sa­ving on con­sump­tion. Wi­th a pair of MTU 16V 2000 M96L 2,638 HP en­gi­nes, the Cu­stom Li­ne 120’is ca­pa­ble of rea­ching an esti­ma­ted top speed of 25 kno­ts wi­th a ran­ge of 1,100 nm at 11 kno­ts. Sta­bi­li­ser fins un­der­way and at Ze­ro speed gua­ran­tee grea­ter com­fort al­so whi­le ly­ing to an an­chor. For fur­ther in­for­ma­tion: Fer­ret­ti – Cu­stom Li­ne; Via An­sal­do 7, 47122 For­lì (FC); tel. +39 0543 787511, fax 0543 473069; www.cu­stom­li­ne-ya­cht.com

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