The Custom Line 120 has been eagerly awaited since it was first announced several years ago. One of five new launches for the Ferretti Group at the Cannes Yachting Festival, the 120 is the first Custom Line from the drawing board of Francesco Paszkowski. The famous Italian designer, who has defined brands like Baglietto over the years, gave the 120 a sharp, edgy profile with a long forefoot and low superstructure that is much sleeker than most yachts its size. The 120, however, has a main deck of full-height windows that bathes the interior in natural light, with a cool main door that connects the cockpit with the forward lounge. The door is like an all-glass garage door that tilts up at a 45-degree angle, allowing a seamless connection between inside and out. The exterior is all about connections. The flybridge has two outer side passages that run from the aft deck up to the foredeck. The combined area has an impressive 1,100 square feet of deck space, with lounges, sunbeds, central hot tub, alfresco dining area, and a second helm station. The floor-to-ceiling windows of the main saloon make the interior feel more like a luxury waterside apartment than a traditional boat cabin. This is a very special design.