Monte Carlo is known for being two things: chic and sleek. Case in point, the command station on the MC5. Those three analog gauges on the dash are the only ones in the whole setup. The rest of the readouts are all on the twin NSO 12 displays from Simrad. The touchscreen displays are fully integrated and essentially buttonless, all of which makes for an exceptionally clean-looking helm station. To aid that effect, the MC5’s designers eschewed any features that they felt made the dash look busy—such as decorative carbon fiber—and instead concentrated on using fine leathers with exceptionally intricate stitching. The result of their efforts is hard to argue with.
Ferretti Yachts has been paying close attention to developing the upper end of its line of European-styled luxury yachts. But now the company has turned its eye to the smaller end of the spectrum. The Ferretti 550 shows what the designers learned. And trust us, you’ll want to know all about it.
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