The Custom Line 106’ yacht, designed by Francesco Paszkowski Design with Margherita Casprini for the interiors and developed in collaboration with the Custom Line Strategic Product Committee chaired by engineer Piero Ferrari and the Engineering management team of the Ferretti Group, was designed to offer its guests a unique on-board experience.
Measuring 32.82 metres long and 7.30 metres wide, the boat has a streamlined profile, with bold lines running from bow to stern, creating a spectacular alternation of materials and colours, featuring full length light-coloured structural surfaces and darkened glass that combine to enlarge the spaces and enhance their comfort.
The yacht explores a delicate equilibrium of shapes and is characterised by bold colour contrasts in the furnishings and coverings, which highlight the various living, dining and night areas. The large open space of 40 sqm, with heights exceeding 2 metres, is organised into a living area, followed by a dining area, hosting a rich, eye-catching selection of Minotti furniture. In the centre of the living area, the L-shaped Andersen Slim sofa, upholstered with a delicate, cream-coloured fabric, is set alongside two grey Reeves armchairs and Gray coffee tables with sheet metal structure and bronze satin finish, all designed by Rodolfo Dordoni, and perfect for creating a space inspired by great harmony and elegance. A few smaller pieces of furniture and accessories instil the living area with uniqueness and character, enhanced further by a number of works by contemporary masters that plot out the decorative theme of the boat interiors.
As for the outdoor areas, the flybridge, protected by two large side windows, offers an impressive space of 53 sqm, in which the Quadrado collection designed by Brazilian architect Marcio Kogan / studio mk27 steals the show, appearing in two large combinations of seat, daybed and coffee tables. A modular design characterised by suspended square platforms that reiterate the criss-cross pattern of the teak duckboard used in the yachting industry to facilitate the outflow of water. At the front end of the flybridge, the decor is completed by four Aeron coffee tables, including two large ones in granite coloured lacquer and two smaller ones, lacquered in the shade of sand.