Dream yacht exists: Custom Line 140 ‘


Dream yacht exists: Custom Line 140 ‘

Dream yacht exists: Custom Line 140 ‘

Dream yacht exists: Custom Line 140 ‘

The new Custom Line 140 ‘will be the shipyard’s third project, with exteriors designed by Francesco Pashkovski and interiors by Margarita Casprini in collaboration with Custom Line Atelier. Designers drew inspiration from residential architecture during its creation, and many new features will be seen on board, including improved shapes and volumes.

The Custom Line 140 ‘has a gross tonnage of about 400 gross tons and will become not only the flagship of the shipyard, but also the largest yacht ever built by the brand. It will be 42.15 meters long and 8.57 meters wide. In addition, innovative technologies for lighter weight and hybrid materials will be actively used on board to maintain high performance, strength and safety.

It is also an improved displacement hull, which allows the yacht to develop high speeds, in particular, the maximum speed is declared at 21.5 knots.


The CL 140 ‘has a sporty aesthetic, with precise lines from bow to stern. Smooth yet powerful lines clearly convey the brand’s planing yacht family. The hull portholes are generous in size, and floor-to-ceiling glazing in the cabin provides direct contact with water.

To enhance the effect of open space, the bulwarks have cutouts on both sides. Another important detail is the painted aluminum handrail with Y-pillars – it will become an elegant and functional element of the exterior design. In addition, Pashkowski has taken care of an exciting alternation of materials and colors, where light textured surfaces are replaced by dark mirrored glazing.

Main characteristics and interior

On board the three-deck yacht, the flows of guests and staff are clearly separated, and in the living area, the outer and inner spaces smoothly flow into each other. Emphasizing this approach to layout, a staircase on the port side directly connects the main deck to the sun deck via the upper deck.

At the stern, the beach by the water was created in order to offer guests special conditions for relaxation and communication. There are no service or technical areas in this part of the boat, so the space can be furnished at the request of the owner with maximum comfort. And the descent and ascent of the tender is carried out through the ramp on the left side.

On the main deck, in addition to the spacious saloon, there is a full-deck master suite with two dressing rooms and bathrooms. As an option, it is possible to equip the cabin with a panoramic terrace, which will open in order to provide the owner with an additional area in direct contact with the sea. On the lower deck there are four more cabins: three VIP and a guest room with two twin beds. On the upper deck there is a sky lounge with panoramic glazing, and the captain’s bridge is equipped with a Teamitalia dashboard.

The sundeck area on Custom Line 140 ‘is a panoramic area where you can enjoy complete privacy. There is also a relaxation area with a hot tub, free-standing furniture, and a sun deck can be protected from the sun by a bimini top.

The bow is essentially an open lounge, and the technical equipment area is gracefully integrated into the deck. An additional garage can also be placed here, which is convenient to use for placing a tender or a jet ski.


The Custom Line 140 ‘will be powered by a pair of 2638 hp MTU 16V 2000 M96L engines. The architects have paid maximum attention to comfort during the transitions to ensure an acoustic “peace” based on a detailed mathematical analysis of each individual noise source and its location. For example, solutions used include stabilizing systems, special materials and additional insulation between bulkheads and in ceilings. Another contribution to acoustic comfort is the installation of silent engine exhaust systems and mechanisms specially designed to absorb vibration.

The Custom Line 140 ‘, like all the latest generation of Custom Line yachts, will be certified according to IMO TIER III standards, which protect the environment in the shipbuilding industry by reducing toxic emissions of nitrogen oxides (NOx) in exhaust gases. The yacht also meets the requirements of the international MCA certification.