Custom Line has shared the new images of its new flagship, the Custom Line 140′ superyacht, with an overall length of 42.61 meters and a maximum beam of 8.54 meters. The Custom Line 140′ made its world debut at the Ferretti Group Private Preview before being exhibited at the Cannes Yachting Festival and the Monaco Yacht Show.

Created in collaboration with the Ferretti Group Product Strategy Committee and Engineering Department, Custom Line 140′ is the third Custom Line yacht with exterior styling and interior design by Francesco Paszkowski Design, working in partnership with Margherita Casprini and l Custom Line workshop on interiors.


The yacht has sleek and powerful contours with a distinctly sporty character that is a defining characteristic of the brand’s planing line, highlighted by unrivaled elegance and refinement: the taught lines sweep from bow to stern in a exciting alternation of materials and colors represented by dark glass. and towers of light-colored, contemporary-styled structural surfaces.


Another elegant detail is the painted aluminum handrail with Y-shaped uprights, an elegant and functional design element. Hull windows are generously sized, while floor-to-ceiling glazing on deck provides direct contact with the water.


The brand’s new flagship features never-before-seen spaces, with interiors spanning over 300m², over 200m² of exterior space and a layout that reflects the yacht’s superior size.


The layout is spread over four decks, with settings designed for socializing flowing seamlessly into outdoor and indoor spaces. On each deck, the spaces dedicated to the owner and guests are completely separated from those used by the crew thanks to the naval architecture developed specifically for this superyacht, with exterior gangways and interior stairs that connect the lower deck to the sun and are designed exclusively for use by the crew.


Custom Line 140′ has a gross tonnage of 398 GT. The skilful use of composite materials and carbon fiber for the hull makes it ideal for cruising in shallow waters like the Caribbean Sea.


Interiors are defined by neutral, natural tones and richly textured materials that satisfy the senses both tactilely and visually. The beauty and colors defined for the exteriors and interior living areas of the main and upper decks are distinguished in the choice of furnishings, where the larger-than-life personality of the sofas and chairs features light and sophisticated colors alternating with bolder. and refined materials.


The main deck is characterized by a total integration of interior and exterior spaces, as well as a clear separation between guest areas and crew work areas to ensure complete privacy for the owner. The 45m² main salon with dining and sitting area is a formal setting designed with a palette of materials and decorations ranging from ivory colored natural leather to dark oak flooring. Of particular note is the fine craftsmanship embodied in the diamond cut leather used as a finish for the ceiling and to upholster the furniture.

Immense spaces, ceiling heights of 2.10 meters and four giant portholes in the hull sides – the first to starboard of which can be opened – give a feeling of fluidity and amplify the volumes, establishing an intense and direct contact with the sea.

Continuing along the deck, the central hall features a minimalist staircase – dominated by the iconic designer pendant lights in warm and sensuous Murano blown glass – connecting the main deck to the lower and upper decks. This generously sized frame, usually found on yachts over 50 meters, opens aft to the dining room with its table that can accommodate 10 guests.


Forward, the exclusive 44 m² owner’s apartment is a huge but intimate living space with an omnipresent view of the water.

The lower deck offers three VIP cabins and one guest cabin with twin beds, all with en-suite bathrooms. Forward, forward, the comfortable crew area contains three double cabins with en-suite bathrooms, accommodating six staff, while the large captain’s cabin with en-suite is next to it from deck to upper deck.


Aft is the large engine room and, to port, the garage for a Williams SportJet 525 tender and a jet ski. Launching and retrieving the dinghy is made easier by lowering the sled which acts as a ramp.

The beach is a huge platform at the rear of the yacht, with a state-of-the-art electro-hydraulic system that transforms the aft deck into a waterside terrace. This spacious private beach has a solarium, with the possibility of converting it into a fully multifunctional outdoor lounge area, and a perfect continuity between the interiors and exteriors of the yacht and the sea.


The upper deck is divided into two distinct and multifunctional outdoor spaces. Forward there is a spacious living area with comfortable seats, tables and sunbeds in which to fully experience the emotion of being in direct contact with the water, directly connected to the dining area in the open air aft by two side gangways, one on the starboard side for the exclusive use of the owner and guests, and the other on the port side for the crew. A garage located at the front can accommodate a dinghy or a rescue boat.

Aft, the huge cockpit has an aft seating area and a comfortable dining area that can accommodate up to 10 people around the impressive dining table, as well as over 42 m² to savor at any time of the day, in direct communication with the panoramic view. indoor skylounge which extends over more than 25 m².


The solarium is a unique and special space that stands out for its pure space, with more than 70 m² divided into three virtual outdoor spaces that come together to offer a unique 360 ​​degree view in direct contact with the water.

The relaxation area further aft, with a hydromassage tub and deckchairs, and the forward American bar area, with its impressive structural counter, are united amidships with the extended saloon, which is furnished with wide sofas designed to adapt to different convivial situations and sheltered by the carbon fiber hardtop.


The Custom Line 140′ superyacht is fitted with a pair of MTU 16V 2000 M96L engines rated at 2,638 mhp each. On this superyacht, like all the latest generation Custom Line yachts, is available, at the request of the owner, the IMO TIER III certification, (International Maritime Organization), which ensures environmental protection in the construction industry. shipbuilding by reducing toxic nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions in exhaust gases.


The fast-displacement hull gives the yacht a top speed of 21.5 knots and a cruising speed of 18 knots. With a gross tonnage of just under 400 GT, Custom Line 140′ is the brand’s largest yacht ever built, using innovative lightweight technology, carbon fiber and hybrid materials to deliver high performance.


The Ferretti Group, led by Managing Director Alberto Galassi, is today one of the world leaders in the construction and sale of luxury yachts and pleasure boats, with a unique portfolio of brands: Ferretti Yachts, Riva , Pershing, Itama, Mochi Craft, CRN, Custom Line and Wally.

Credits: Ferretti Group