Time for another addition to Ferretti Custom Line’s collection of fiberglass maxi-yachts, and this time around it’s the stunning Navetta 33 Crescendo Ziacanaia. The luxurious and subtle tones and curves boasting of strong Italian favors come courtesy of Rome-based Studio Zuccon International Project, the AYT – Advanced Yacht Technology, the Ferretti Group’s in-house naval research center, and the team of architects and designers at Ferretti Group’s Centro Stile. The Ziacanaiais both classic and contemporary in a style that can accommodate the furniture and fabrics based on its preferences.
The vessel is well ventilated and has ample natural light falling into the light-hued interiors, making the vessel feel more spacious. The main saloon is just outside the central deck cockpit, is set up in a “gentle palette and calm interior,” and sports a well-sized sofa that can be turned into a sunbed, a big teak table, and a seating lounge for 8, and drinks or al-fresco dining. The bay area inside is segregated, divided into distinct living and dining areas, with a huge conversation area with comfortable divans seating eight and a coffee table.
There is also the trademark terrace on the main saloon’s starboard side, where you can reach by lowering the foldable saxboard and opening the sized sliding glazed doors. The master cabin boasts an en suite bathroom that sports his and hers sinks, a full-size Jacuzzi with a separate shower area, and a walk-in closet. The room also sports a floating bed with nightstands. The lower deck features four full-sized VIP cabins with double beds that can be turned into two single beds. These also come with a separate shower and a walk-in closet.
The yacht also features space for the tender or jet skis, complete with davit at the Astern. The Portuguese deck lets guests reach the sun pad at the deckhouse, with another sundeck tucked ay at bow on the main deck.