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Ferretti Custom Line celebrates spring by launching the new 112’ NEXT maxi yacht

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Ferretti Custom Line celebrates spring by launching the new 112’ NEXT maxi yacht

26/03/2012

Ferretti Custom Line, Ferretti Group brand operating within the production of fibreglass maxi-yachts measuring 26 to 38 metres, announces the launching of the Custom Line 112’ Next, a 34 metre vessel in the planing category and the twenty-eighth model of the 112 inch models.

Official opening of the 2012 boating season
The launching ceremony, strictly organized in private, was held at the shipyard of the Group in Ancona with a traditional baptism during which a bottle of champagne was shattered on the keel: 21st March, a special day for the launching of the maxi yacht, marks the official opening of the 2012 boating season.



One of the attractions of Chinese real estate and tourist complex
Present at the launching, together with the senior management, amongst whom was Lamberto Tacoli, Chief Sales & Marketing Officer of the Ferretti Group, were the ship owners of the new 112’ Next: the Chinese society of the real estate Xanadu South China Sea. In fact, the 112’ NEXT will have a specific use, it will be one of the attractions at the avail of the guests of the luxurious real estate and tourist complex of Xanadu South China Sea, which is being built on the island of Hainan, and it will also be one of the biggest maxi yachts, manufactured in a European shipyard,to sail in Chinese waters.

China - a strategic market of great opportunities
Lamberto Tacoli, Chief Sales & Marketing Officer of the Ferretti Group, commented “Today's launching of the Custom Line 112’ Next makes us particularly proud: landing in China, a strategic market of great opportunities, with such an important boat is indeed a very positive threshold for all of us”. He adds: “The delivery of this model adds on to our other models present in the Asian Pacific Area and particularly in China, where we will be present with important investments in the upcoming Boat Shows of Hainan, Shanghai and Quingdao”.

A villa on the sea
112’ NEXT is an out and out villa on the sea, measuring over 34 metres in length and 7 in width. She features spacious areas both below deck and in the open, a master suite on the main deck and four spacious guest cabins with large open view windows overlooking the sea. 112’ NEXT is also fitted with last generation entertainment systems, as well as an innovative monitoring and control system. Twin 2775mhp MTU engines drive the yacht to a top speed of 26 knots. On board comfort is guaranteed by 4 Mitsubishi ARG (Anti Rolling Gyro) stabilizers, fitted in the engine room, which reduce yacht rolling by up to 50%.

About Ferretti Custom Line
Ferretti Custom Line, a brand of the Ferretti Group, manufactures vessels in fibreglass between 26 and 38 metres in length belonging to two lines: planing and semi-displacement. The Ferretti Custom Line yachts result from the collaboration between Studio Zuccon International Project, the AYT - Advanced Yacht Technology, the research and ship design centre of the Ferretti Group and the team of architects of the Centro Stile Ferrettigroup.

Source: customline-yacht.com


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