Ferretti Group’s Custom Line Navetta 26 Crescendo...

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Ferretti Group’s Custom Line Navetta 26 Crescendo...

Design

She’s a ‘compact’ trideck with a sun-deck on top.

AUGUST 2010

Creatively the semi-displacement Navetta 26 Crescendo’s amother result of the longstanding relationship between Studio Zuccon International Project in Rome and the Ferretti Group, and specifically its centralised design and engineering department AYT in Forli, and now the group’s recently formed Forli-based Centro Stile operation as well.
She’s got an LOA of 26m (85ft) and a beam of almost 7m (23ft).
Standard propulsion is down to twin MAN V8-900s. With them, the maximum speed is 14 knots and the top cruise speed is 12 knots. At 10 knots the overall consumption is 70 litres/hour, which translates to a range of over 1,500nm.
Alternatively, for those wanting a little more speed, twin MAN V10-1100s will deliver a top speed of 16 knots and a max cruise speed of around 13.5 knots.
Two Mitsubishi ARG (anti-roll gyro) stabilisers are fitted in the engine room as standard on this model.
Depending on options, the Navetta 26 will cater for 10-12 guests, plus four crew.
She will be shown for the first time at the 2010 Festival International de la Plaisance in Cannes. Hull number includes a light elm interior and oak soles.

For more, www.customline-yacht.com

© Phil Draper