October 2, 2020

Out-News = Ferretti Custom Line Burns Down in Loano Marina

A 2002 Ferretti Custom Line 94 named M/Y Lady Vanilla, a super yacht of 28 meters was burned down and totalled at Loano Yacht Marina, in the Western Liguria region at around noon of Friday October 2.  This was an isolated damage thanks to the quick response of the Loano Marina staff which acted fast to remove nearby yachts, before the fire expanded.  No one was injured in the accident, and some rumours are suggesting the fire started from exploding batteries.
Launching in 1998 to a production run which lasted about eight years the Ferretti Custom Line 94 model, designed by Zuccon is a 28 meter two and a half deck super yacht, and features a four or five cabins accommodation layout with an owners stateroom forward on the main deck or at midships below.  The Ferretti Custom Line 94 was powered with twin MTU 1800hp or optional 2280hp engines, with speeds going up to 33 knots with the larger option.  
The Ferretti Custom Line was what started unknowingly the Ferretti Group multiple brand project, the idea being that this was a Ferretti Yachts extension into larger 24 meter plus super yachts, and was announced in the fall of 1996 with three projects, a 94, 104, and a 112, with the 31 meter 104 actually never being produced.  The 94 was the first Ferretti Custom Line which launched the brand and was followed by the 112 model, and the Navetta 30. 

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