Agatha was built by the Ancona, Italy shipyard, Custom Line. They are known for a more sleek and sexy look, rather than the more rugged-looking Navetta Yachts, also produced by Custom Line. They are built all in composites, at the same Ancona shipyard that launches larger steel and aluminum custom yachts under the CRN brand. Both Custom Line and CRN are subsidiaries of the Ferretti Group, and thus benefit from the parent company's focused attention on technology. They also benefit from many decades of custom yacht building practices and techniques.
Agatha offers accommodation for 10-12 guests in 5 generously-sized cabins. Located forward on the main deck, the master stateroom is accessed through a private reception office area, which can be closed off from the suite if desired. His and hers toilettes sit port and starboard in the bath suite, unified by a large centrally-placed shower/tub. The well-appointed guest accommodations are comprised of two twin cabins with oversize single beds and a Pullman each, and two double cabins, with beds sitting at 45 degrees to the beam. The latter two cabins have twin basins and their own full-size tubs, with separate compartments for toilettes and bidets.
Function and flexibility underscore the design of Agatha’s main saloon and dining room, with seating for 10. An elegant divider stands between the adjoining rooms flanked by a staircase leading up to the sky-lounge on the port side. As dinner is taken, guests may enjoy the uninterrupted view running through the saloon and out to the main deck, while afterwards, translucent doors close this area off as guests proceed through to the saloon, the sky lounge or the outside decks for the evening’s entertainment.
For al fresco dining, the upper deck is the main option with a covered table and seating for 10. Her sundeck offers a smaller, less formal table arrangement for 8. Teak decking, loungers and umbrellas make the large sundeck a very welcoming and relaxing area, with plenty of space both in the sun and the shade.
The most notable technological improvement to the Ferretti Custom Line 130 was the installation of the Mitsubishi anti-rolling gyro system for at-anchor and underway stabilization.
Agatha has been lightly used and well cared for, with only 2,000 hours on her main MTU engines. Although she has never been chartered by her current owner, she would offer an excellent platform for an active Mediterranean charter program.