Ferretti Group unveils Navetta 33 superyacht

The Ferretti Group’s yard in Ancona, Italy, recently did the initial launch of the Navetta 33.
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The Navetta 33 is the latest semidisplacement superyacht from the Ferretti Group.

The Navetta 33 is the latest semidisplacement superyacht from the Ferretti Group.

The Ferretti Group’s yard in Ancona, Italy, recently did the initial launch of the Navetta 33.

The new boat is the second model in a series. It follows the Navetta 37. A Navetta 42 is in development.

“The Navetta 33 will define the nautical landscape in the years to come, with its irresistible beauty,” Ferretti Group CEO Alberto Galassi said in a statement. “Thanks to its special charm and innovative features, cutting-edge technology and superior design, it outclasses every other boat within the same category. It’s essentially in a league of its own.”

The official presentation of the Navetta 33 will take place July 29-30 at the Ibiza Marina.

Measuring 108 feet, the boat has four decks. The wide-body master suite is on the main level and there are four guest cabins on the lower level. An external panoramic terrace is on the starboard main deck, and the sun deck features a swimming pool and a large sunpad.

Technical innovations include Ferretti Custom Line’s patented DMT system, and VOTIS software for entertainment and information. An integrated helm station provides full information about the on-board systems and navigation.

Three engine options are available — MAN 1,400 hp; MAN 1,600 hp; or CAT 1,622 hp. All are EPA Tier 3-certified.

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