ZUCCON: 3 NEW YACHTS IN CANNES

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At the next edition of the Cannes Yachting Festival, worldwide premiere for three new yachts designed by Zuccon architects for Ferretti Group

Three models will be officially presented next September at the Cannes yachting Festival, designed by Zuccon International Project for Ferretti Yachts: Ferretti 450, Ferretti 850 and Custom Line Navetta 37.

Zuccon Study has been commissioned to redesign Ferretti Yachts’ entire range, over a period of 3 years. The first models presented cover a wide range: the first one is the entry level Ferretti 450, a 14-meter fly launched in June 2016, while the second is the Ferretti 850, a 26-meter flybridge, characterized by sharp and sporty lines, that already shows several design elements that will recur and define the whole brand’s largest range.
An increase in size for the projects presented with Custom Line, the Ferretti Group brand dedicated to fiberglass semi-custom yachts. Cannes will be the official premiere also for Navetta 37, the new flagship for the semi-displacement Custom Line series. Zuccon International Project developed the external lines and the interior layout, introducing many innovative design elements, favouring solutions than breaks the pattern established on board models of the same category, such as the complete separation of the paths on board or the full beam owner’s suite. Navetta 37 ’s decor is entirely customizable, with wide choice of materials, furniture and, on the external areas, loose furniture.
In the meanwhile, Zuccon International Project celebrates 20 years of cooperation with the Custom Line brand. This past Saturday July 16th, in fact, during the gala dinner at the Gritti Palace Hotel in Venice – dedicated to the Custom Line owners to celebrate 20 years of the brand -, was celebrated also the historic partnership between the Roman study and Custom Line, a brand born on the initiative of Norberto Ferretti and Lamberto Taccoli with the strong involvement of Zuccon architects since the beginning.