CUSTOM LINE NAVETTA 30, THE TOP-SELLING EPITOME OF TIMELESS AND MADE-TO-MEASURE ELEGANCE

A new Custom Line Navetta 30, the sixteenth in the line, entered the water

on February 15 at the Ferretti Group Superyacht Yard in Ancona. The superyacht, whose owner is based in the EMEA region, has been christened M/Y GINDUNGO, a name that conjures up the energy and vibrancy of the Angolan chilli pepper of the same name, a symbol of excellence and good fortune.

 

Comfort, safety, customisation and seaworthiness are the stand-out features of this masterpiece of naval art, 28.43 m long and with a beam of 7.3 m, created out of collaboration between the Product Strategy Department – for the exterior styling – the Ferretti Group Engineering Department and top design firms ACPV ARCHITECTS Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel for the interior architecture, with strategic interior design consulting provided by the Custom Line Atelier, and Filippo Salvetti for the exteriors.

 

Custom Line Navetta 30 M/Y GINDUNGO stands out for her timeless aesthetics, ambitious volumes and forward-thinking but elegant and sophisticated styling. The exteriors feature an extended sweep of horizontal lines towards the bow, giving the yacht a sleek and dynamic silhouette while ensuring high performance with reduced fuel consumption. The four-deck layout amplifies onboard spaces designed to capture moments of conviviality and relaxation.

 

The yacht’s large, glazed surfaces in the hull and over two-metre-high decks, plus generous stern and bow areas, offer the owner and guests a wide-open, panoramic view in every direction and direct contact with the water.

 

The hull has a flowing, linear balance underscored by the continuity of the interior and exterior surfaces, maximising the spaces and volumes in terms of their use and functionality. The interior design cleverly blends classicism with a contemporary aesthetic, introducing surprising notes in the form of refined carbon detailing and custom claddings featuring exclusive textures and lacquering.

 

The furnishings and decor have been produced to reflect the owner’s wishes, style and personality. The mood is ‘sporty chic’, with the addition of fine, natural materials such as nubuck leather and American walnut, as well as Calacatta Gold and Sahara Noir marble, quartz and silver grey beola stone for out-of-the-ordinary tops and furnishings.

 

The skilful use of colour plays a key role in the yacht’s aesthetics, giving the boat a fresh and inviting look. The pairings of pale, neutral shades, including beige, ecru and white, blend harmoniously with darker and more distinctive nuances such as tobacco, burnt brown, chocolate and rust, creating original contrasts with the different shades of green featured in several cabins and the freestanding furniture.

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