Motorboat & Yachting: The largest model in the Custom Line range will be launched next summer, in the form of the new Navetta 37.


Ferretti Group has announced details of the Navetta 37, which will be the largest model in the Custom Line range when it is launched next summer.

Teased at last month’s Miami Boat Show, the Navetta 37 is described as a ‘maxi yacht’ and certainly has the dimensions to reflect that: 121ft long by 26ft wide.

Boasting a brand new hull with a bulbous bow, the new arrival will have a maximum draft of 7ft, which should keep fuel efficiency in check.

Four engine configurations will be offered, the largest of which is a twin MTU 12V set-up generating a punchy 1,948hp.

Ferretti Group’s designers explain that they wanted to create an imposing look for this go-anywhere superyacht, with the bow rising up to the first superstructure level.

Much like the upcoming Custom Line 108, the Navetta 37 will have Ferretti’s clever dual-mode transom, which allows for an 18ft tender to be launched from the garage and then doubles up as a huge bathing platform.

Interior styling is totally up for discussion, and whatever you choose the floor-to-ceiling windows will shed plenty of natural light on the stately main deck saloon.

Accommodation comes in the form of a foredeck master suite, situated above three double cabins and the crew quarters on the lower level.

The upper deck features a panoramic cockpit and the choice of a second tender/jet ski garage or a second Jacuzzi.

Finally, the sun deck comes with freestanding furniture and a Jacuzzi, as well as plenty of lounging space beneath the hard-top bimini shade.

It all sounds highly appealing, but we’ll have to wait until summer 2016 to see the finished Navetta 37 hit the water.




Categories: Boat launch

Pratical Boat Owner: Registration has now opened for the PBO Ask the Experts Live attraction at Beaulieu Boatjumble 2015.


Visit Beaulieu Boatjumble on Sunday 26 April and you’ll not only be able to enjoy boating bargains at hundreds of stands, but also PBO’s new Ask the Experts Live attraction.

For decades, PBO has offered a free advice service through our magazine pages, and now we’re bringing it to life for the first time.

We’re teaming up with the RYA Active Marina team and dozens of marine industry experts to offer Boatjumble visitors a marquee area with non-stop practical presentations, demonstrations and the chance to quiz the
professionals on a range of topics.

The talks schedule (below) has been  and you can now register online to secure your place at the free event – the first 30 to register will receive a free pack of PBO ‘Free Anchorage’ playing cards. You can also just turn up on the day!




Categories: Boat Show

Motorboat & Yachting: Premier Marinas has announced plans for a grand re-opening of Swanwick Marina after a £5.8m redevelopment programme.


Swanwick Marina will be officially re-opened next month (April 6), in a grand ceremony featuring live music and dancing, and a selection of new and used boats.

To celebrate the completion of 18 months of works, the Swanwick Marina Grand Opening will include traditional hornpipe music from Warsash Sea Cadets, silk dancing from Zu, and the crowd-pleasing sounds of Fat Cats Soul Band.

A range of new and used boats will be able to view, courtesy of local brokers Ancasta, Clipper Marine, Sunseeker Southampton, Princess Motor Yacht Sales, and Sea Ventures.

Those looking for a technical tune-up can also speak to Landau UK, who will be exhibiting Garmin, Raymarine and Navico equipment.

Food and drink will be available on the day, including a freshly prepared hog roast from the Boat House Café. Tickets cost £2.50 and all proceeds will go to Premier Marinas’ chosen charity, The Rainbow Centre.

Situated in the upper reaches of the River Hamble, Swanwick Marina is part of the Premier Marinas chain. Its 260 berths can accommodate yachts measuring up to 30 metres (98ft) in length.

The marina has been gradually revamped since October 2013 at a cost of £5.8million, adding 16 new workshops and offices, a dry stack, extra car parking, a high-speed fuel pontoon and a self-storage facility.

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