Between her volume just shy of 400 gross tons and length of 138’3” (42.15 meters), the trideck Custom Line 140 is about to become the largest megayacht by the Custom Line yard. What’s more, she’s the third project with styling and interiors by Francesco Paszkowski Design.
In Custom Line tradition, the new megayacht series should see a good turn of speed for fun cruising. Anticipate a top end of 21½ knots under MTU power, and of course compliance with the IMO’s Tier III emissions requirements. Anticipating that some owners may wish to charter their yachts, Custom Line additionally is constructing the series to MCA requirements.
With a beam of 28 feet (8.57 meters), the Custom Line 140 offers a number of comfort-oriented amenities. For instance, she has everyone’s favorite feature, a beach club. Since a separate, side-launching tender garage is just forward, it doesn’t serve double duties. (On a related subject, yet another toy garage, ideal for a PWC, is fully forward.) Guests can spread out on a sunpad on the foredeck, too, accessible via side decks flanking the skylounge. You all can gather for alfresco lunches on the sundeck as well. Consider soaking up the sunset in the hot tub up here, too.
Since the series is semi-custom, you can outfit the Custom Line 140 with Paszkowski studio collaborator Margherita Casprini and Custom Line’s in-house team. Regardless of decor, the master suite (above) and saloon are essentially the same size, 323 square feet (30 square meters). Both are on the main deck as well. Further note that your suite is full beam and optionally can include a deploying balcony. Four guest staterooms go below decks, as does the crew area for seven, in three cabins. Your captain, meanwhile, has a cabin by the wheelhouse.
Whether you choose to island hop or chase the seasons, the Custom Line 140 can take on the tasks.
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