Ferretti Custom Line 106 is a series of Raised pilot house yacht 108ft/32.83m superyachts built in
in La Spezia, Ancona, Italy by Ferretti Custom Line.
16 Ferretti Custom Line 106 yachts were delivered so far, with the first of these series, motor yacht My Mistake 15 in 2023, followed by 2021 Amores, 2022 Loose Change, 2022 Gerry’s Ferry, 2022 K2, 2022 11, 2022 Y 10, 2021 9, 2021 8, 2021 Miotu 5 7, 2020 Sodan 5, 2019 Al Mohammady, 2019 IV Dreams, 2019 Falcon CA, 2020 Jag’B, 2020 Joelle.
Created to a design of Francesco Paszkowski Design, 106 has a Planing GRP hull and GRP superstructure driven by 2 x MTU 16V 2000 M86 /2 x MTU 16V 2000 M96L engines to a maximum speed of 26.00 knots while comfortably cruising at 22.00 knots. The fuel tank has a capacity of 14700l/3231gal what allows a yacht to cover 1050 nautical miles without the need to refuel. Ferretti Custom Line 106 has a beam of 7.41m/25ft. The gross tonnage of this Raised pilot house yacht Ferretti Custom Line is 218 gross tons. That shows exactly how much interior space this yacht has.
Ferretti Custom Line 106 can accommodate up to 10-12 people in 5 elegant staterooms to be assisted by a total of 5 crew members with 3 cabins for crew members.
The Custom Line 106’ is a new addition to the planing range. It is a product of the partnership between the Francesco Paszkowski Design studio, the Ferretti Group's Engineering Department and the Product Strategy Committee led by the engineer Piero Ferrari.
The new yacht has large floor surfaces (a total of 220 m²/2,370 sqft) that are all interconnected. To the stern is a more advanced version of the patented DMT - Dual Mode Transom system. It features two hatches that cover the stairs when the vessel is in motion, thus giving the stern an unbeatably clean-cut appearance. When the ship stops, they disappear into the central part of the door so that guests can climb up. From the garage, a 505 Williams Jet tender and a three-person jet ski can be lowered into the water.
The forward area is even bigger than on other recent models: on the raised central island there are sofas and upholstered seating with reclining backrests and on the bow area there is a large sun pad spanning a total of 36 m² (387 sqft). There is also an additional garage for a Williams 2.80 Jet or a three-person jet ski.
The forward area is directly connected to the 53 m² flybridge by a walkway. Protected by two large windows on the sides, it has a standard hard top with two skylights. In addition, Bimini tops or canopies can be fitted to provide shade in the external areas.
The interiors of the main deck are bathed in natural light thanks to the large, full-height windows. On request, the central window on the starboard side of the lounge can be fitted with an electric opening mechanism. The support columns used on the Custom Line 120’ can also be found here, with lighting, audio and air conditioning systems on them.
Further along the starboard side, there is a full-beam master cabin in the foredeck. It is 6.50 m (21’4”) wide and contains plenty of storage space for the owner, as well as two dressing rooms and a large bathroom with dual facilities and a central shower. On request, a panoramic terrace can be added.
The port-side bulwark of the main deck provides access to the galley, the crew quarters (consisting of a cabin for the captain with a bathroom and a separate shower, and two crew cabins with a separate bathroom), and the integrated raised bridge.
The layout on the lower deck contains four standard cabins: two VIP cabins amidships and two twin ones forward, all with separate bathrooms. The beds in the VIP cabins face the bulwark to make the most of the view from the large hull windows, while an optional additional Pullman bed can be fitted in each of the two twin cabins.
The style of the vessel continues in the same vein as the Custom Line 120’: it explores greater formal balance and there are distinctive, strong colour contrasts in the furnishings and coverings.
Like the other recent Custom Line models, the 106’ comes with innovative software that allows an iPad to be used to operate the entertainment system installed in the lounge on the main deck, meaning that the various remote controls can be replaced by a single device. This technological solution can be extended to all of the different parts of the maxi yacht and it can also be used in conjunction with the owner’s personal devices.
The Custom Line 106’ is fitted with twin MTU 16V engines rated at 2217 mhp, which can take it to a maximum speed of 23 knots or twin MTU 16V engines, which can generate 2638 mhp and reach a maximum speed of 26 knots.
The standard version is equipped with electro-hydraulic stabilizing fins, offering both underway and zero-speed modes. On request, gyroscopic stabilizers can also be fitted for maximum comfort at anchor.