Custom Line 97'

    The Ferretti Custom Line 97' feels remarkably spacious, thanks partly to unusually large windows in its guest cabins. The $12.6 million, 97-foot vessel also has optional features typically reserved for megayachts, such as heated floors in the bathrooms and a Jacuzzi on the expansive sundeck. The interior of the 97' is elegant throughout. The galley is separated from the main salon instead of integrated into it, as with most boats in this size range. In an optional layout, you can combine two queen-bed cabins into a single VIP suite aft. The vessel sleeps as many as 12 guests in five cabins and provides quarters for six crew.

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