Yacht Of The Week: NEVER BLUE

Motor Yacht NEVER BLUE Profile

A masterpiece of design, this 2018 Custom Line 120 is the epitome of luxurious charter yachting. Such innovation declared motor yacht NEVER BLUE winner of Boat International’s Best New Production Yacht Design 2019.

NEVER BLUE is a sight to behold. Blending cutting edge technology with the utmost comfort and performance, both Ferretti and Francesco Paszkowski Design have effortlessly succeeded in bringing the outside in.

Chartering the Bahamas, NEVER BLUE is the perfect vessel on which to experience the ultimate island retreat. At Boatbookings, a care for the environment is particularly important and NEVER BLUE’s carbon offsetting standards following each charter makes her particularly appealing.


NEVER BLUE’s striking, sporty super-structure profile is only the start of her appeal. Designed for a celebration, guests tend to spend most of their time on the sundeck.

Also featuring a jacuzzi, this area creates the perfect celebratory alfresco dining spot, whilst swinging at anchor in the calm of the Exuma Islands.


Her striking ‘glass lounge’ created by large 45-degree glass doors leading from the main salon to aft deck, creates quite the welcome spectacle.

NEVER BLUE hosts up to 10 guests in 5 elegant staterooms. Her main deck master suite boasts a beautifully appointed His & Hers ensuite with shower, an office area for remote working, and walk-in closet.

Tenders & Toys

NEVER BLUE Beach Club Swim Platform

An astonishing fleet of water toys onboard NEVER BLUE allows you to explore further afield and enjoy endless entertainment, both above and below the surface. A few favourites include: 2 Waverunners, an Aqua glide malibu island, Williams jet tender and a hotdog towable for youngsters.

A large, shaded swim platform offers the perfect viewing area to watch your family and friends enjoy everything the ocean has to offer.


Chat to our Charter Advisors if NEVER BLUE ticks all your boxes and begin planning the ultimate winter escape to the Bahamas.

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