|MANUFACTURER||Feretti Navetta Custom Line|
|PRICE FROM||€42,000 / Per Week|
4.3m AVON SE Jet tender with 98hp engine
2 SeaBob DPVs (Diver Propulsion Vehicles)
The builders of Motor yacht ULYSSIA set out with a simple goal – to create a custom line yacht with excellent sea-keeping ability for long-range cruising. Created as the flagship of the Ferretti Navetta 26 Crescendo series, this yacht would become the platform for charter guests to cruise in a new dimension of comfort, relaxation and wellbeing. Tailor made, this “little ship,” as the Italian word Navetta implies, boasts surprisingly easy handling characteristics coupled with ample living spaces for the charter guests. At just over 85 feet in overall length, Ferretti Navetta 26 Crescendo yacht ULYSSIA stands out from the crowd of mid-sized megayachts for her external lines and matching interior style.
RINA-classed and built to the highest European safety standards (MCA), Ferretti yacht ULYSSIA features a stunning interior by Giovanni Zuccon, with roomy accommodations for 10 guests, in a master, double and three twin cabins. One twin cabin doubles as an onboard gymnasium when not in use. She cruises at a crisp 13.5 knots, and has a range of 1,400 nautical miles at 11 knots. Long range trips are made comfortable thanks to anti rolling stabilizers and great outside deck areas offer the perfect location for relaxing in the sun while enjoying the Dalmation coastline of Croatia.
Perhaps this semi displacement yacht’s most intriguing amenity is the removable glass wall in the upper lounge. The clear, removable panels make it possible to create a single, large open space connecting the external lounge area and the sunbathing area.
When the yacht is at anchor, and it’s time to bring out the recreational toys, a foldable transom converts into a large bathing platform to create the perfect entry point for easy ocean access.
Quality, craftsmanship, and the harmony of exterior and interior make this pocket superyacht a great value for charter vacations.
Did You Know…Croatia’s currency, the Kuna, was named after a small rodent. In English, this animal is called a Marten.