February 13, 2011

Project: Ferretti Custom Line 33 Navetta Crescendo

Ferretti Custom Line presents its latest project, the 33 Navetta Crescendo. Rising as is Crescendo in English is the new evolution of Ferretti Custom Line’s semi-displacement range, and evokes the universe of classical music, entering the sphere of Italian culture and style. Quality, artisan features, sophisticated harmony, elegance and balance are the basic values of Crescendo, which is a natural evolution of the previous 33 Navetta of the semi-displacement line. As is common in the Ferretti Custom Line range, 33 Navetta Crescendo is the result of the close working relationship between Studio Zuccon International Project, Advanced Yacht Technology the Ferretti Group’s naval research and design centre, and the team of architects and designers of Centro Stile, who here present classical external lines which blend harmoniously with the contemporary interior design which can be personalised entirely according to the owner’s choices. On 33 Navetta Crescendo, as indeed on the entire Ferretti Custom Line range, all details which are not structural like, for example, furnishings, fabrics and d├ęcor, can be customized according to owners’ preferences. Aided by the Centro Stile architects and designers, they can develop their own, tailor-made yacht, choosing from a selection of proposals by top Italian and international companies. Natural light which filters through large windows illuminates the spacious interiors of the 33 Navetta Crescendo which also stands out in this segment for her three full decks, which are integrated into the line of the yacht. One new feature, compared with the previous model, is also a large sundeck. There is also a number of important design solutions; more direct contact with the sea, large salon on the main deck which features a dining area, reduction of visual physical barriers blocking the view of the sea to a minimum, owner suite in a privileged position at bow on the main deck, separation of the guest and crew flows through dedicated crew area from the galley, four spacious guest cabins on the lower deck all with large open view windows overlooking the sea with the opportunity to separate the beds which turns a double room into a twin, large highly versatile upper deck thanks to the system of circular sliding doors with a dining area in a position of complete privacy, and a new sundeck which features a small swimming-pool and sunbathing area.

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