Custom Line 124’

by Ferretti Custom Line, Studio Zuccon International Project and AYT

Last September the Italian yard Custom Line attended, as usual, the four prestigious international boat shows that take place each autumn. At the exclusive Festival International de la Plaisance boat show, held in Cannes, Custom Line presented two yachts at the top of its range: the first Custom Line 33 Navetta, which is the new flagship in the Custom Line range of planing motor yachts; and the first ever Custom Line 112’ Next, which is the yard’s new flagship in its range of hydroplane motor yachts. The project for this latter unit was previewed in an in-depth article published two years ago in issue number 7 of Yacht Première.
However, the Italian yard’s new designs and products don’t end here, for Custom Line has been busy even throughout this long period of worldwide recession. Custom Line has the advantage of being part of the large, solid Ferretti Group, led by founder and chairman Norberto Ferretti, which owns some nine brands in the international luxury yachting sector. And indeed last spring Custom Line announced its new Custom Line 124’ Project, for a new, additional flagship to join the yard’s range of planing motor yachts.
This latest project was presented by Ferretti Custom Line at the 2009 Cannes International Boat & Yacht Show, showcasing its features in greater detail. The article that follows includes a full description along with renders of the exteriors and interiors. The first unit of the new Custom Line 124’ Project is currently in the late stages of construction at Custom Line’s modern production facilities in Ancona, and is set to launch later this year.
The main dimensional and technical data
A high performance luxury motor yacht, the new Custom Line 124’ Project was conceived based on a hydroplane model with a warped hull and waterlines, a 12-degree deadrise and spray rails. The hull and superstructure are being built by the Italian yard using composite material, and employing advanced construction techniques. The new yacht will be compliant with RINA, Maltese Cross HULL, MACH, Y, pleasure unrestricted navigation regulations. The unit’s dimensions are measured according to the ISO 8666 standard, and she has a length overall of 37.8 metres (124 ft), with a maximum beam of 7.35 metres (24’ 1”). The hull’s length at waterline when fully loaded is 31.38 metres (102 ft 11 inches) while below the twin propellers, the calculated maximum draught is 2.34 metres (7’8”). When fully loaded the new motor yacht displaces an estimated 190 tons (nearly 419 thousand pounds); when half loaded this drops to 178 tons (over 392 thousand pounds), and when empty she displaces 166.5 tons (nearly 367 thousand pounds). The fuel tanks will have a capacity of 20 thousand litres (5283 US gallons), while the freshwater tanks will hold 3 thousand litres (793 US gallons). The engine room of the new Custom Line 124’ Project will be fitted with MTU High Performance Rating turbodiesel engines, and Owners will be able to choose from two different powerplants. [...]

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