For more than 40 years, the Ferretti Group has been one of the world leaders in the design, construction and sale of luxury motoryachts.
The new Ferretti 870 is available in two options: roll bar or a hard top over the flybridge. Either way, the flybridge is attractive, with lounging space aplenty, dinette and exterior helm. The Jacuzzi aft can be used to cool off or, topped up with cushion, to expand the already large sunpad.
The Ferretti 690 (the result of the usual collaboration between Studio Zuccon International Project, Advanced Yacht Technology (AYT) and Centro Stile Ferretti group) is sleek and sporty. The design gives the exterior a distinct look and brings more light into the yacht.
Hull No. 1 of Ferretti Yachts’ exciting new flagship—the Ferretti 960—launches later this year. With design by Studio Zuccon International Project and Ferretti’s engineering department, Ferretti’s largest planing yacht to date sports aggressive lines, bright interiors, a full-beam ondeck master stateroom and four lower-deck guest cabins.
Ferretti’s new chairman, Tan Xuguang, and majority-owner Shandong Heavy Industry Group-Weichai Group, told Chinese media that they were investigating the possibility of building a Ferretti plant in Qingdao (in China’s Shandong province) to produce vessels geared to the local market, according to an August 28 Bloomberg News report.
Long-time partners Studio Zuccon International Project, Advanced Yacht Technology and the Centro Stile Ferrettigroup brought their experience to create the new Ferretti 870. Capitalizing on the innovations already found on board the stunning Ferretti 800, the 870 features large windows on both the main and lower decks and a spacious four-cabin layout (all ensuite).
Ferretti Custom Line has launched the 28th hull of its 112-foot (34-meter) Custom Line 112 NEXT series. The 112 NEXT features spacious areas both belowdecks and outside and includes a master suite on the main deck plus four spacious guest cabins with large windows overlooking the sea.