Italian shipyard Ferretti Custom Line’s range continues to grow. Ferretti Custom Line is one of the eight prestigious brands in the Ferretti Group, led by its founder and chairman Norberto Ferretti. Naturally, this constant development involves both the lines produced by Ferretti Custom Line and firmly consolidates their strategic position on the international market.
Alongside the entry-level model Custom Line 97’ and the Custom Line 112’ Next, the Planing Line has now been expanded with the top-level Custom Line 124’,
the flagship previewed last year in issue 14 of Yacht Première. Since then, the shipyard has also added the new Custom Line 100’ model that will be launched and delivered this year.
In the Semi-Displacement Line, after the extraordinary success of the Navetta
26 and the Navetta 33, Ferretti Custom Line recently launched the next two models on the international market. Although they are part of the same line as the previous models, they have been completely renewed, in terms of both style and design.
They are the new Navetta 26 Crescendo, the first of which took to the water last year and made its debut in September at the Festival Plaisance in Cannes, and more importantly the new Navetta 33 Crescendo, the first of which will take to the water this year, and which is previewed in the current issue of Yacht Première.
The main dimensional and technical data
Based on naval architecture and engineering completely developed in-house by AYT – Advanced Yacht Technology, the Ferretti Group naval design centre, the new Navetta 33 Crescendo is being built by the Italian shipyard using an advanced GRP fibreglass composite for both the hull and the superstructure. The vessel is being built to comply with the RINA Maltese Cross 100 A 1.1 “Y”, pleasure, unrestricted navigation classification standards.
In terms of size, measured according to ISO 8666 standards, the new model has a total length of 32.62 metres, equivalent to 107 feet 0 inches, and a total beam of 7.00 metres, equivalent to 23 feet 0 inches. Under full load conditions, the length of the hull at the waterline is 28.35 metres, equivalent to 93 feet 0 inches, while below the pair of propellers the maximum draft is calculated at 2.52 metres, equivalent to 8 feet 3 inches. Under full load conditions, the motor yacht’s displacement is estimated at 140.0 tonnes, equivalent to 308,647 pounds, whereas its dry displacement is estimated at 108.5 tonnes, equivalent to 239,202 pounds. The new Navetta 33 Crescendo has a semi-displacement hull with a hard chine and deep keel. The hull will be equipped with a Mitsubishi Heavy Industries ARG (Anti Rolling Gyro) MSM-4000 stabilisation system, with gyro stabilisers configured as three units located in the central and aft sections. The engine room of the new Navetta 33 Crescendo will contain MAN turbodiesel engines, with the option for customers to choose between two different engine configurations. In terms of performance, the standard version will see the new Navetta 33 Crescendo equipped with two MAN V12 1400 engines, each with a total cylinder capacity of 24.2 litres, equivalent to 1,479 cubic inches, and maximum power of 1,400 mhp, equivalent to 1,029 kW, supplied at 2,100 rpm. Under average load conditions, the yacht will then have an estimated top speed of 17 knots with a range calculated at 550 nautical miles, and it will be able to maintain an estimated cruising speed of 15 knots with a range calculated at 800 nautical miles.
At the estimated economy cruising speed of 10 knots, it will have a range of 1,650 nautical miles. In the alternative optional version, the Navetta 33 Crescendo will be equipped with two MAN V12 1550 engines, each with a total cylinder capacity of 24.2 litres, equivalent to 1,479 cubic inches, and maximum power of 1,550 mhp, equivalent to 1,140 kW, supplied at 2,300 rpm.
Under average load conditions, the yacht will then have an estimated top speed of 20 knots with a range of 450 nautical miles. It will also be able to maintain an estimated cruising speed of 15 knots, with a range of 805 nautical miles, and at the estimated economy cruising speed of 10 knots, it will have a range of 1,600 nautical miles. In the hold of the Navetta 33 Crescendo, the fuel tanks will have a capacity of 16,300 litres, equivalent to 4,306 US gallons, while the freshwater tanks will have a capacity of 3,250 litres, equivalent to 859 US gallons. Both the wastewater and the sewage tanks will have a capacity of 840 litres, equivalent to 222 US gallons.
A general overview of the motor yacht
Continuing the ongoing progress of the Semi-Displacement Line by Ferretti Custom Line, the new Navetta 33 Crescendo is the natural evolution of the previous maxi yacht that had already perfectly embodied the crucial values underlying this line of vessels: high quality, refined craftsmanship, sophisticated harmony, aesthetic elegance and balance of form. [...]