The Ferretti Custom Line 100 was launched keeping in mind young yacht lovers. And taking the line further is the fiberglass maxi yacht tagged as Desta. The yacht in perfect Italian flavor is sporty and yet subtle to look at from the outside. Starting with the aft main deck, you can find an outside dining or a lounging area, for a party of 10, on “large upholstered sofa or one of the modern Italian design armchairs.” On request of the owner, the main saloon is hidden behind electronically sliding glass doors located at the starboard side. In fact, a major section of the sax board can be “electronically folded down to deck level, turning into an intrinsically elegant terrace above the sea and greatly adding to the overall feeling of solace and space.” Once inside, you have treated to a sprawling lounging area which has been done up with “ecru colored leather L-shaped sofa and matching chaise longue, designed by acclaimed designer Paola Lenti, and an inside lunch and dining area combining a crystal topped table with Matteo Grassi seats.”
As for the interiors, the yacht follows a pastel color scheme made up of light cream and grey tones that are further accented with an array of materials like luxury woods, soft leathers, bright natural stone, and fabrics. The owner’s cabin sports a walk-in closet, en suite bathroom, and desk area. The lower deck houses several guest cabins, which can be accessed from the central lobby and feature two double beds and four singles, all along with en suite bathrooms and storage spaces. The upper deck offers the perfect setting to enjoy a calm vacation as it makes a place for lounging, dining either on tables or at the grill alongside the bar area. In the mornings, you can enjoy on the sunbeds at astern.