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General information

Hull material


Boat Hull

Semi displacement

Rental Type

With Captain





Naval Architect

Advanced Yacht Technology

Interior Designer

Zuccon International Project


Ferretti Custom Line


United States


The 33 Navetta Crescendo, RUSCELLO, is a newer, semi displacement, tri-deck design by Zuccon/Ferretti AYT that commenced its production run at Custom Line (Ancona, Italy) in the 2011 model year. The semi-displacement hull form allows for an incredibly spacious interior and exterior layout that competes favorably with vessels even with much larger LOAs. With a design emphasis on increasing visual contact with the sea the 33 Navetta features an hydraulically activated balcony accessed from the starboard side of the salon as well as the largest possible windows in all areas. All five owner & guest staterooms are spacious and have exceptional window views with the owner's suite located forward on the main deck. The décor is contemporary and elegant featuring extensive upgrades from the standard spec and featuring the rich Italian style this builder is known for. The interior finish is a combination of pickled oak wood in combination with bleached oak, teak flooring, and tailored leather, accompanied by soft neutral creams and gray fabrics throughout. Teak exterior decks are featured on all levels. RUSCELLO is a true tri-deck design with many individual areas for entertaining, dining, lounging or just watching the world and the water go by in peace and quiet. At the very top of the vessel is the open air sky deck has its own Jacuzzi. Descending the staircase to port the scene shifts to the spacious pilothouse/lounge deck with its covered open aft deck lounge area. Going forward through the semi-circular sliding glass doors is a circular table and four chairs. Perfect for those more intimate private dining or conversational moments. Forward is the private lounge with access forward to the pilothouse and main helm and an interior staircase leading down to the main salon deck. Port and starboard wing doors access the walkaround Portuguese bridge. The main salon deck features a wonderful open aft deck area with access to the lower swim platform/beach club space at water level. Going forward through the sliding glass doors into the salon we find ample seating areas for lounging, watching TV, or, a bit further forward, formal dining. Beyond the partition bulkhead moving forward is the generous, fully equipped galley, day head, and entrance to the owner’s main deck private suite. To starboard in the salon is the staircase to the lower deck guest accommodations featuring four generous cabins with ensuite heads. Finally, below and all the way forward is the crew area with sleeping and head arrangements for up to seven crew members. RUSCELLO was custom ordered from the factory with a focus towards entertaining and the public areas of the vessel all have beautiful settings, blending the interior with the open air. The transom area features a hydraulic opening teak decked garage/water access deck (teak beach) with inflatable jet tender, dive compressor and many other extras. This vessel was factory built for the Americas and has a 60-cycle electrical system standard. However, it is also equipped with a universal power conversion system to allow for seamless transitioning to any shore power standard that might be available wherever the boat might travel.

Accommodation and Crew

Number of cabins


Cabin configuration

1 Master 4 Double

Number of bathrooms


Number of guests


Number of crew



Cruise Speed, kn


Max Speed, kn



2 x MAN Diesel 1550hp


Fuel capacity

17000 Litres 4490 US Gallons 3739 UK Gallons

Water capacity

3100 Litres 818 US Gallons 681 UK Gallons



108.3 ft


22.1 ft


8.2 ft


Life jackets

Life jackets


Air conditioner


Stabilisers underway

Stabilizers at anchor





Lcd tv


Wi Fi


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