M/Y TELLI, Navetta 37 by Custom Line is captivating by the purity of its external lines and interiors rich in wonder that unfold between art and design

Sailing aboard M/Y TELLI, Navetta 37 from Custom Line is an exclusive experience, surrounded not only by natural wonder but the finest that Italian design and contemporary art have to offer. Beauty within beauty. The outcome of a partnership between the Strategic Product Department, chaired by the engineer Piero Ferrari, and the Engineering Department of Ferretti Group, Navetta 37 is defined by clean external lines, with balanced volumes and a hull design that expresses great strength and sturdiness, especially at the front, rising up to the first order of the superstructure. But M/Y TELLI is even more amazing in its interiors. Flooded with light and details that make it a special craft rich in allure, the design philosophy here revolves around the perfect balance of spaces enhanced by furnishings designed by the big brands of Italian design, such as Minotti, Roda, B&B and Flexform. A series of artworks of art from the owner’s private collection embellishes each room: Alighiero Boetti, Alex Katz and Robert Longo flank the layout of the yacht’s interior, for a cruise between ingenuity and beauty.


The extensive outdoor spaces ensure relaxed cruising. They include the panoramic cockpit separated from the interior by a glass door with 3 movable sections that fold back to create a large open space with the internal saloon.

The living area, the heart of the yacht, has a wall embellished with Circolazioni, an artwork by Alighiero Boetti. This is a refined space with the wood chosen for the furniture, dark oak, contrasting with the walls and floor in light oak parquet. Fully furnished by Minotti it has a composition of granite-colored West sofas and an elegant Bender coffee table with a bronzed glass top and light bronze base. Two pieces designed specifically for the owners, with a mocha-colored leather top featuring steel details, are positioned one in front of the sofa and the other as to divide the saloon from the dining area.

The dining area is furnished with a Concorde table from Poliform for 10 guests, with a calacatta marble top and a supporting structure in solid wood, complemented by sand-colored Aston chairs from Minotti. On the wall Dark Brown Hat by the artist Alex Katz, a contemporary masterpiece that glows vividly amid the neutral and natural shades of the furnishings. The whole area forward of the deck is reserved for the full-width master cabin, with a large suspended bed in the center. It is preceded by a private sitting room with Atoll chaise longue and Cozy coffee table with black frame and bronzed glass top, both from B&B. For guests there are four cabins on the lower deck whose stylistic code continues from the upper deck, with material and chromatic contrasts created by the alternation of dark oak, light lacquers and leather inserts.