Ferretti’s latest flying-bridge cruiser promises to be a popular choice among younger owners looking for a stylishly modern boat with remarkably nimble handling. The exterior is marked by sporty lines and a “roll bar” with an integrated bimini top that can shade much of the spacious flying bridge. There’s plenty of room up top—enough for a dining area with U-shape seating as well as a davit aft. In the saloon the pice de rsistance is a custom-made crystal dining table made by Cantori that is sure to impress. However, what owners may like even more is the standard ZF SteerCommand system, which reportedly can halve the yacht’s turning radius and control helm response, lending to on-the-water performance that feels more like that of a runabout than a 72-footer. So whether you’re actually young or just young at heart, the 720 may be for you.
This article originally appeared in the July 2011 issue of Power & Motoryacht magazine.