Best of the Best 2011: Production Boats: Custom Line 124'

    The Ferretti Group’s trideck Custom Line 124' (+39.0543.787511, www.customline-yacht.com) can hold as many as 10 passengers (and six crew members), and all of them can gather comfortably in a salon that is larger than 500 square feet and designed without support posts, making it seem even more spacious. Natural light fills the salon through the large glass doors on either side of the room. The doors can be designed to open onto fold-down platforms that serve as terraces jutting out over the water.

    Custom Line offers an interior plan for the 124' that is highly customizable in terms of amenities and decor. Powered by a pair of 3,150 hp MTU engines, the 124' can reach a top speed of 27 knots. When the yacht is anchored, a Mitsubishi Anti Rolling Gyro (ARG) system keeps it steady.

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