A super-sporty spirit, an incredibly stylish design, large volumes, refined and customizable interiors, state-of-the-art technologies: a planning maxi yacht like the Custom Line 100’ can proudly boast all this. Above all, however, it can boast a forward-thinking and contemporary sea-life concept. The 100’s is heir to one of the most successful crafts ever built by Custom Line – a brand specializing in the production of fiberglass yachts between 28 and 38 meters in length, divided in two lines, planning and semi-displacement – and skillfully blends together unmatched elegance, style, and a very sporty character. The Custom Line 100’ – the outcome of the cooperation between Ferretti Group’s Engineering Department and Studio Zuccon International Project – immediately captures the viewer’s attention thanks to its streamlined, slender, rational, and flawlessly-balanced lines. Its profile is dominated by the design of the superstructure and the glazing, whose visual impact is further enhanced by the glazed surface at the height of the raised pilot station. The hull windows of the four VIP cabins, in turn, stand out for their original rectangular shape; they are approximately 1.70 sq. meters large, have no fiberglass frame and are completed by a flush glued double porthole, an exclusive solution by Amare Group for the Ferretti Group. The design of the hull’s aft area has been harmonized with that of the fly bridge tail, maintaining the same inclination and adding a final touch to the yacht’s overall profile. The Custom Line 100’ also stands out for the style of its interiors, which embody a ‘noble’ luxury, made up of elegant finishes and original décor contrasts and are further enhanced by exclusive furniture and the utmost care for the tiniest details. Refined sophistication shines through the tiniest details: the lighting and curtains controls have been developed in cooperation with PLH Italia designers, a young company that has designed and Custom Line-branded its ‘Slim’ steel-plated plates line specifically for this yacht.