Generous sundeck
The open-air spaces feature a large area forward that can be customised to the owner’s wishes, as well as a spectacular sundeck where the forward outdoor area also serves as a lounge, joining the 70+ square metres of the dining zone and American bar. The sundeck’s aft area can also be personalised with a spa pool and solarium to relax in while enjoying breathtaking views.
Magnificent indoor-outdoor continuity
The interconnection between the interiors and exteriors through the panoramic saloon and the al fresco dining space aft ensures continuity, highlighted by the extensive use of flush floors and beautiful floor-to-ceiling glazing.
Luminous design
This seamless indoor-outdoor connection is achieved via another of the Custom Line 50's leitmotifs: the use of bright, reflective surfaces, especially near the broadside, that amplify the sensation of being on an island surrounded by water as far as the eye can see. Wherever you walk around the yacht, large windows bathe the spaces in light, reinforcing the sensory bond with the sea.
Multi-level outdoor
Spanning over 35 square metres, the private beach club combines with the main deck aft and the areas inside to offer an unbroken 120 square metres of living space in intimate contact with the ocean.
Majestic owner's apartment
There is a feeling of interconnectedness between inside and out, typified by the owner's suite wrapped in impressive full-height windows offering 180° views and leading directly to a spacious private terrace forward, complete with large lounge and sunset solarium.
Alloy aluminium superyacht
The Custom Line 50 superyacht is built entirely of aluminium. On the sustainability front, using aluminium slashes fuel consumption by 10 to 15 per cent. The Custom Line 50’s cruising speed of 15 knots is optimised for efficiency, delivering at least a 10 per cent increase in range. The vessel is SCR-ready (Selective Catalytic Reduction).
Storage and layout
With the use of different visual languages for the hull and superstructure, many of the furnishings and the technical and storage spaces in the lower-deck guest cabins are positioned against the broadside as an integral part of the hull design, highlighting the yacht’s impressive beam. In the upper deck sky-lounge, the hull sides are left freer and the storage areas are set back to leave room for the windows and let in as much as possible of the sunlight, the view of the deep-blue sky and sea, and the beautiful natural surroundings.
The Custom Line 50 hosts four VIP cabins on the lower deck plus accommodation for nine crew, including the captain, whose cabin is next to the wheelhouse.


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